Jordana Bermúdez is a documentary photographer, photo editor, and aspiring filmmaker based in Brooklyn.
Her work focuses on identity, specifically as it relates to gender, youth, and immigration. She is particularly proud of her long-term project Girls Can’t Skate, which focuses on an all-female and queer skateboarding community in New York City. Having spent most of her life in México, where gender-based violence and machismo culture are long-standing issues, she wants to amplify women and queer voices.
She graduated from ICP's Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism One-Year Certificate Program and is a recipient of the Director’s Fellowship.
Jordana's love for sports comes from her upbringing in a "fútbol family." Her dad has been in the sports scene since before she was born.
En Foco Fellowship Awardee
Selected for The Bronx Documentary Center Films Fellowship Program
Selected for The Missouri Photo Workshop
How the Light Gets In, exhibited at the International Center of Photography
Selected for the Eddie Adams Workshop XXXIII, Recipient of the Bloomberg News Assignment Award
Aint–Bad print issue No. 15 selected artist
Participant of the 2020 Edited (OKS) Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie tenth series of the former book series New York Edited
Director's Fellowship, International Center of Photography
Photo Editor - New York City Tourism, New York City, Spring 2021 - Present
Photographer - Time Out Mexico, Mexico City Spring 2015 - Summer 2016
2019 – 2020 Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, International Center of Photography, New York
2007 – 2011 Bachelor’s degree, Communication, Journalism, and Film, Universidad Anáhuac, Mexico City