Ana Caroline de Lima
Ana Caroline de Lima is a photographer, journalist, postgraduate in anthropology, and explorer for the Brazilian National Geographic. Her work covers socio-environmental issues, climate issues, and traditional and contemporary cultures from a humanistic and intimate perspective. From the Andes to the Amazon, much of her work takes place in South America, as well as projects in countries such as Vietnam, India, Myanmar, and Sweden.
Her work has been awarded nationally and internationally by places such as the Royal Photographic Society, Survival International, and Getty Images, and exhibited in more than 20 countries such as Banff Mountain Festival (Canada), Museo di Roma in Trastevere (Italy), Oxo Tower (England), and Palacio de Maldonado (Spain). On behalf of the National Geographic Society, in addition to the fellowship and Explorer title received in 2021, she also received a Covid Emergency Fund grant in 2021 and a Meridian Grant in 2022.
Clients include the National Geographic Society, GEO, Bloomberg, US News and World Report, and NGOs such as CARE, Terre-Solidaire, Amazon Conservation, and ActionAid.
Ana also acts as a lecturer and has given workshops in Brazil and abroad related to photography and visual anthropology. She is a member of Diversify Photo, Everyday Projects, Women Photograph, and Authority Collective, and founder of Everyday Andes and Everyday Amazon.
See more of her work at www.antropologiavisual.com.br or on Instagram @antropologiavisual