Nosotras somos Sin Fronteras

Voces de mujeres jóvenes migrantes latinoamericanas en Londres

This is who we are, Sin Fronteras

Voices of young latin american migrant women in London


Over lockdown we delivered an online participatory ESOL and photography project, facilitating language learning through photography, in collaboration with Learning Unlimited, a leading expert in teaching English to migrant communities within the UK.

Tejiendo Vida

Un espacio de reconocimiento y reconciliación, de generosidad y de escucha activa para los colombianos y colombianas que están en el exilio, en el marco de la atención psicosocial a víctimas del conflicto armado colombiano en el exterior.



“We believe that self-representation and participation are universal rights and that stories should be shaped and owned by the people who are being represented”


VERY CLOSE TO OUR HEART, produced remotely during Covid. This video is a tribute to thank, honor and dignify those who gave and took testimonies in the UK in the process of remembering Colombia’s history with the Colombian Truth Commission.

Directors, Producers, Script  and Post production: Ingrid Guyon / Alejandro Molano Vasquez   

Camera and sound: Diego Echeverry and Ingrid Guyon (Remote)

Interview and field production: Marta Hinestroza

Assistant Camera: Ana Maria Reyes

Sound Mix: Alejandro Molano Vasquez 

Participatory Photography

According to (Chilton et al. 2009, 75), “Participatory Photography ‘enhance[s] internal reflection, self-awareness, and the exchange of individual’s perceptions in order to initiate personal and community change’ Additionally, it overcomes prohibitive barriers of literacy that are often present. It is within discussions engendered by images that communities find the tools to rebuild and/or transform themselves.”

Creative Photography

At the core of our practice is the idea that photography by people and for people can be a positive and civic tool. We believe photography in all its forms is a powerful and meaningful experience that can make a difference, be it in the darkroom, the studio, in the streets or in the classrooms. By nature, photography has the ability to permeate all fields and disciplines; it is a passport to the unknown.


Fotosynthesis believes that education should be a two-way learning process and that children are given opportunities to explore participatory and collaborative artistic approaches to the curriculum, promoting self-development in children and teachers. Our staff has been trained by Duke University, USA in Learning Through Photography, methodology developed by Wendy Ewald, who has inspired this project.

Trainings & Consultancy

Our directors and associates are skilled practitioners in the fields of ethical and inclusive photographic and moving image production, visual storytelling, communication,  exhibition curation.
We provide bespoke training and consultancy to NGOs, cultural and educational institutions, schools or community groups that meet your needs.

*Bespoke training can be delivered in English, French or Spanish.


We are often mentally and visually blind without being of aware of it but when you explore your memories, your feelings and emotions or your local area with through the lens of a camera, your eyes and mind magically open and discover what was hidden just inside you or in front of you. 

You can suddenly connect to your neighbourhood, you observe it as an outsider while being an insider, you can witness the little changes that have taken place in your daily life.