Alex Coghe Street Photographer

Official website of Alex Coghe, photojournalist, editorial/street Photographer. Inside the website his blog with a lot of resources, the workshops page, the services.

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I am an Italian photojournalist currently based in Mexico. As a documentary photographer my work in Mexico is focused on the documentation of human conditions in the barrios, popular neighborhoods of Mexico City and I am collaborating with some NGO in Oaxaca.

For me photography is an important documentation tool, representing above all the opportunity for sociological and anthropological reflections. In all these years, especially when engaged in documenting social and humanitarian themes, I have been able to observe how photography can be a tool to raise awareness on certain issues that are often ignored or underestimated, and I am a direct witness of how certain photography can represent an opportunity for change and improvement of society. 

As a street photographer I photographed in Italy, USA, Mexico. Street Photography to me is encountering poetry in everyday life. At a deeper level I say that street photography is a visual documentation tool that allows us to know the world, society with its evolution or involution. From a personal point of view it is absolutely a way of life. I have even tattooed on my left arm “Street Photographer”. Street Photography allowed me to meet people from any part of the world, and I went to Los Angeles, one of my dreams ever. Every single day I’m on the street taking pictures, and I can’t imagine a different way to live.

Currently my work is represented by Polaris Images, LatinPhoto and Koala Models Agency.

This website focuses to my clients with my fantastic products and services: my photography experiences, my books and my magazines.

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