Ana was born in 1986 and she is a Portuguese international photographer and multimedia producer, currently living in Lisbon.


Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Geo Magazine, Stern magazine, Le Monde, Helsingin Sanomat, among others.

After an Arts Education, Ana followed Photography studies to fulfill her passion by telling stories through a visual concept.

In her internship at a Portuguese Newspaper, Ana covered international news features as a photojournalist. Following these experiences, she worked as a freelancer for several newspapers and magazines.

In 2009 Ana moved to China to do an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the Dalian Institute of Image Art/ University of Bolton, where she developed her skills and a strong passion for multimedia.

In 2012 and 2013 she worked for Magnum and for The Bronx Documentary Center in New York City, where she also made an exibhition called "How the Other Half Still Lives".

In 2017 she has won two first prizes - Contemporary Issues and Nature - on the Prémio Estação Imagem with the 93 Lisbon Policy project and the SAVANNAH project. Also the same year, the first prize of the UNESCO in Human rights and integration contest with the 93 Lisbon Policy project

Currently, Ana lives in Lisbon and works as a freelancer for national and international newspapers.

And available for assignments!





Portugal: 00351-918840412

Email: brigida.ana@hotmail.com