jpampudia Roberta trying to convince me to let her enter into the living room, which is off limits. Mexico City, Mexico. April 2016.

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jpampudia Mexico City, Mexico. April 2016.
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jpampudia Daisy is the youngest of 6 siblings, was orphaned at the age of three and despite the effort of her grandmother to raise and educate her, she was expelled from all schools for being gay. At age 16 she began to prostitute and today she has lived 34 years of that. If things go well she earns 350 pesos ($20 USD) a week because of the competition. She dreams of being a cook and set up a soup kitchen but despite her dreams, the lack of emotional and financial support keeps her in the same circle. Mexico City, Mexico. May 2015.

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jpampudia Daisy Duval known as "La Trevi" poses for a portrait while watching TV and prepares dinner before going to work. Mexico City, Mexico. May 2015.

Daisy is the youngest of 6 siblings, was orphaned at the age of three and despite the effort of her grandmother to raise and educate her, she was expelled from all schools for being gay. At age 16 she began to prostitute and today she has lived 34 years of that. If things go well she earns 350 pesos ($20 USD) a week because of the competition. She dreams of being a cook and set up a soup kitchen but despite her dreams, the lack of emotional and financial support keeps her in the same circle.

#documentary #workinprogress #transgender #pride #equality #project #leica #35mm #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #everydaymexico #SJFgenero
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jpampudia Daisy Duval known as "La Trevi" poses for a portrait in her bedroom after returning from work. Mexico City, Mexico. May 2015.

Daisy is the youngest of 6 siblings, was orphaned at the age of three and despite the effort of her grandmother to raise and educate her, she was expelled from all schools for being gay. At age 16 she began to prostitute and today she has lived 34 years of that. If things go well she earns 350 pesos ($20 USD) a week because of the competition. She dreams of being a cook and set up a soup kitchen but despite her dreams, the lack of emotional and financial support keeps her in the same circle.

#documentary #workinprogress #transgender #pride #equality #project #leica #35mm #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #everydaymexico #SJFgenero
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jpampudia It's time to love. I went out to the streets on Valentines Day to see how Mexicans celebrate love. A short love story. Mexico City, Mexico. February 2016.

#documentary #dailylife #streetphotography #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #valentines #everydaymexico #love #leica #35mm
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jpampudia The darkness is only frightening after constant sunshine. Oaxaca, Mexico.

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jpampudia A woman performs a ritual to invoke the dead a few days before the celebration party. It is believed that the spirits leave their tombs to accompany the Huhuentones those days to visit relatives. The Huehuentones are musicians who paid tribute to the dead with music and costumes, they go house to house in different towns to play music that the dead enjoyed when they were alive. Huautla de Jimenez, Oaxaca. Mexico

#documentary #dailylife #streetphotography #photojournalism #mexico #oaxaca #35mm #leica #tradition #lowlight #spirits #everydaymexico
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jpampudia People selling goats in the local market. San Andres Hidalgo, Oaxaca. Mexico.

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jpampudia An indecisive man in the local market. San Andrés Hidalgo, Oaxaca. Mexico.

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jpampudia A man selling scourers and chayotes on the local market. San Andres Hidalgo, Oaxaca. Mexico.
#oaxaca #dayofthedead #mexico # #leica #streetphotography #documentary #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #35mm #everydaymexico #dailylife #portrait #tradition
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  •   roryfuller Such a wonderful collection of work. Do you make photobooks? All the best 3mon
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jpampudia When the first morning light meets candlelight. Mazatlan Villa de Flores, Oaxaca. Mexico.

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jpampudia Girls playing between classrooms in the Day of The Dead school party. Oaxaca. Mexico. Nov, 2015.
The transition from life to death is a landmark moment that has caused admiration, fear and uncertainty to humans through history. For many years, in various cultures they have generated beliefs about death that have developed a series of rites whether to worship, honor, scare and even to mock her. Mexico is a country rich in culture and traditions; one of the main aspects that make up its identity as a nation is the concept they have about life, death and all the beliefs that revolve around them.

Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the central and south regions, and acknowledged around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey.
#oaxaca #dayofthedead #mexico #bazanphotoswhorkshops #bpw2015 #leica #streetphotography #documentary #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #35mm #everydaymexico
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jpampudia San Andres Hidalgo, Oaxaca. Mexico. Nov, 2015.
The transition from life to death is a landmark moment that has caused admiration, fear and uncertainty to humans through history. For many years, in various cultures they have generated beliefs about death that have developed a series of rites whether to worship, honor, scare and even to mock her. Mexico is a country rich in culture and traditions; one of the main aspects that make up its identity as a nation is the concept they have about life, death and all the beliefs that revolve around them.

Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the central and south regions, and acknowledged around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey.
#oaxaca #dayofthedead #mexico #bazanphotoswhorkshops #bpw2015 #leica #streetphotography #documentary #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #35mm #everydaymexico #dailylife
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jpampudia a blind man walks back home accompanied by his dog. Huautla de Jimenez, Oaxaca. Mexico. Nov 2015.

The transition from life to death is a landmark moment that has caused admiration, fear and uncertainty to humans through history. For many years, in various cultures they have generated beliefs about death that have developed a series of rites and traditions whether to worship, honor, scare and even to mock her. Mexico is a country rich in culture and traditions; one of the main aspects that make up its identity as a nation is the concept they have about life, death and all the traditions and beliefs that revolve around them.

Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the central and south regions, and acknowledged around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey.
#oaxaca #dayofthedead #mexico #bazanphotoswhorkshops #bpw2015 #leica #streetphotography #documentary #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #35mm #dailylife
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