Delmi Alvarez, is a galician photojournalist based in Brussels covering Editorial & Documentary photography of Social Affairs, Environment and Human Rights.
His works have been published in magazines, newspapers and displayed in exhibitions. In 1991 lived in Cuba documenting the daily life of cubans in the Período Especial de Paz, and was awarded with two prize Fotopress in Barcelona. He published several books highlighting Reporteiro de guerra en Yugoslavia (Ed.Xerais, Vigo 1994) and the long term documentary Galegos na Diáspora (1989-2009), and a co-production with TVG television of three documentaries broadcasted from stories of galicians living in the diaspora in Africa, Venezuela and Rusia. Delmi documented war in former Yugoslavia from 1991 to 1994, Himbas in Namibia, inmigration in Greece and Europe, prisions, or the ancient prilgrim way of Camino de Santiago among other projects. Between 2012-2013 began the project of photography PhotoYouth to introduce the photography more than 250 children with disabilities (blind, deaf, special needs) in Latvia and Russia, granted by the European Union, with the participation of teachers that organize several exhibitions in Riga, Pskow, Vyborg and Saint Petersburg. The last long term project In the name of gold (Dirty gold) is about the gold megamining with cianyd in Europe. Delmi is a dedicated lecturer at colleges and photography schools participating in educational projects for the understanding of photojournalism. He is studying a degree in Anthropology.