At the age of 21, Jordi Pizarro (Barcelona, 1985) began working as a photographer for several Spanish newspapers, then continuing as a freelance, based in India. In 2010 he produced 14.4 km, a project documenting the trafficking of hashish between Morocco and Spain, published by several international magazines such as the Sunday Times and IO donna.
At the end of 2010 he became the official photographer of the Catalan newspaper Ara and started working on The Believers, a long-term project, still in progress, which explores the relationship between religion, culture, tradition and psychology in ten different countries. With this series he has won several international awards, among others, the honorable mention of the International Photography Award and the residence Can Basté in Barcelona. The Believers has been shown in festivals and international institutions such as the Cervantes Institute in New Delhi and PhotoEspaña.
He is currently working on several reports in South Asia, where he also covered the presidential elections in India for Time Magazine and German Spiegel. He is represented by the Contrasto agency.