Angela Ponce (1994), is an independent documentary photographer and photojournalist based in Peru.
She focuses on long-term projects that approach Latin American social issues, political conflicts, disability rights and memory.
Currently is a contributor for The New York Times. Her photographs have also been published by Bloomberg, BBC, Getty images, Harper's Bazaar, El Pais, La Croix, RFI, Estempore, The Objective, Aljazeera, El Peruano, El Comercio, Diario Correo and others.
2019 2nd place. POY Latam - Sports Series  
Nominee. World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass  
Winner. Grant from Women Photograph and The Women's Equality Center  
2018 Selected. Women Photograph Mentorship Class  
Emergi Cubes. Photoville (New York)  
Finalist. The IWMF's Adelente Reporting Initiative El Salvador  
Selected for the New York Times Portfolio Review  
Nominee. World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass  
Selected. The Native and Everyday Projects Mentorship Program  
Estação Imagem. Projection of "Ayacucho" (Portugal)  
Nominee, World Press Photo's The 6x6 Global Talent Program  
2017 "Maskaq Warmikuna, mujeres que buscan" solo exhibit at LUM -Lugar de la Memoria, la Tolerancia y la Inclusión Social - (Peru)  
Selected work. Festival Errante, Nat Geo (Uruguay)  
“Ayacucho” solo exhibit at Visa pour l'image Festival (France)  
Winner, ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’Or award (France)  
Winner. Grant for selected participant. Native Agency Documentary Photography Festival and IWMF (Ecuador)  
2016 Winner, National Documentary Espacio-Tiempo Award (Peru)  
"Rostros del Perú" Group Exhibit, Biblioteca Nacional del Peru  
Work projected in the Video Art + audiovisual Festival, Casa de la Literatura Peruana  
Winner. Classic Lima by House of Vans (New York)