My recent image, La Niña, la Pinta, y la Santa María was chosen for the Women Photograph 2021 Year in Pictures. Every year, Women Photograph showcases 100 images of their members across the globe, highlighting assignment work, long term documentary projects, and personal stories from the past year. I was especially pleased that this image is probably the only one that doesn't exactly fit in the photojournalism/documentary category, but it was still included in this powerful group of images that raise innumerable humanitarian issues. The selection was done by Tanvi Mishra, a Delhi-based photo editor, curator, and writer. https://www.womenphotograph.com/news/2021-year-in-pictures
Caption: "A naked, mixed-race woman with long dark hair is leaning on a table. On her back we see the three caravels in which Columbus arrived: the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa María, navigating her body. The woman symbolizes the native and wild America. This image represents a contemporary version of the colonization of our bodies, our land, and our minds."