Angeles Rodenas is a London-based photographer exploring notions of social justice, migration and connection to the land through visual stories and intimate portraits.
Her work has appeared in international publications such as The Financial Times, BBC news, Where The Leaves Fall, Elle (UK), DW, Telegraph Magazine, Yale University Press, Middle East Eye, The Irish News, Socialist Worker (UK); Pikara Magazine, El País, El Diario, Público, Contexto, El Confidencial, La Vanguardia newspaper & Magazine (Spain); Yahoo, Fyrahundrafemtio (Sweden); D la Repubblica delle donne (Italy); El Desconcierto (Chile); amongst others.
In addition to her editorial work, she undertakes charity and corporate photography and she has collaborated with the British Screen Forum, the London Transport Museum, Festelon, LAWRS, EastSide Educational Trust and the Faculty of Occupational Medicine to mention a few.
She has exhibited at Amnesty International headquarters, Photofusion and the Cotton Centre in London and at Madrid-Barajas airport in Spain.
After graduating in Communication Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain), she worked as a journalist for printed and online media before moving to the UK where she studied Photojournalism at the London College of Communication. Alongside her photography, she accompanying writes articles for her visual stories.