Anthrovision Productions uncovers the conventional in the exotic and the exotic in the conventional. We unravel cross-border and localized events, customs, traditions and beliefs.
We report in English, Spanish and Dutch on the constantly-evolving world, and its resourceful and resilient inhabitants. Through participatory and qualitative research tools (including participatory action research, art, video, theatre and photography) we aim to further understand the multi-layered complexity of human life. We also provide capacity building sessions and training, including on (participatory) photography, interviewing skills and citizen journalism.
Together with local journalists, researchers and other creatives we produce cross-platform multimedia communication products including reports, photo essays, documentary videos and digital products (including digital engagement strategies, blogs, immersive web-articles, and infographics). We amplify our voice and present our findings by making use of investigative-, data-, photo-, and print journalism, as well as through the organisation of events and webinars.
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Ingrid Gercama (Anthrovision’s founder) is a visual anthropologist who has worked at the intersection of anthropology, communication and international development since 2013, in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Prior to this, Ingrid worked in the publishing and documentary film production sectors in the Netherlands, and worked and lived in Guatemala researching digital media and the sexual and reproductive rights of adolescents.
Ingrid’s background and never ending curiosity help her to do in-depth research on issues that matter – email@example.com.