What: Anthrovision discovers the conformist in the exotic and the unexpected in the conventional. We unravel constantly-evolving and changing global and local events, customs, traditions and beliefs to showcase the multilayered complexity of human life.

How: Anthrovision produces cross-platform multimedia communication products (Dutch, English and Spanish) including written reportages, photo essays, documentary videos and digital products (including blogs, immersive web-articles, and infographics).

Who: Anthrovision was founded by Ingrid Gercama, a visual anthropologist reporting from and doing research in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Prior to setting up Anthrovision, Ingrid reported on the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, advocated for (digital media) rights for adolescents in Guatemala and worked for a publishing house in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Where: Her work has been published amongst others in the Guardian, Süddeutsche Zeitung, New Internationalist, Volkskrant, Groene Amsterdammer and the Mail&Guardian. Ingrid won the 2015 Lorenzo Natali prize for her coverage of the Ebola crisis in West Africa, reported as a Pulitzer Grant Grantee in 2017 and is a Free Press Unlimited Reporting Fellow for 2018.