About Daniel Cima
Daniel Cima is an award winning photographer who has exhibit his work internationally in Argentina, Mexico, Armenia, Geneva, Switzerland, former Yugoslavia, Japan and several times in the US.
Mr. Cima was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved to the Washington, DC area in 1987. He worked as Senior Staff Photographer for the
Red Cross for 18 years, photographing disasters throughout the world. His cross-cultural communication skills honed through his extensive travels have been essential to gain access to the subjects of his photography. His body of work reflects the social conditions in countries like Kenya, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Chad, Ethiopia, Uganda, Gambia, Central Africa, Russia, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Haiti, Peru, Kosovo, Argentina, Afghanistan, Iraq, Cambodia, Philippines and the US.
Daniel Cima is presently a freelance photographer. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, UNICEF
, The Washington Performing Arts Society, Bureau of National Affairs (BNA
News Agency, Organization of American States (OAS
), The Kennedy Center, American Medical Association (AMA
), National Children Center (NCC
) and GALA
Hispanic Theater are among a few of his clients.
Current founding member of Metro Collective www.metrocollective.com, a photographersï¿½ agency based in Washington, DC, Mr. Cimaï¿½s interest lies in people, social issues and the environment.