Luis J. Jiménez
Luis J. Jiménez is a photojournalist who is refocusing on web design and presenting news on multiple platforms. His experience ranges from covering Mexico’s armed Zapatista uprising to presidential elections to the tequila industry and Day of the Dead celebrations. His work has appeared in U.S. newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Houston Chronicle, the Dallas Morning News, the Austin American-Statesman, The San Diego Union-Tribune and U.S. News & World Report. His coverage of rural poverty in México was selected as a finalist in the photojournalism category of World Hunger Year’s Harry Chapin Media Awards. Luis now resides in San Diego.
Public AppearancesLuis J. Jiménez produced this video report about the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Latin America and along the U.S.-Mexico border.
This video report, which was photographed, produced and narrated by Luis J. Jiménez, reports on a Summer Science and Innovation Camp for Latin American high school students held in July at the Institute of the Americas.