Toya is an Argentine photojournalist based in Mexico City, after living in Washington DC for four years. She has work published in New York Times, The Washington Post, Getty Images, Reuters, Bloomberg, AFP, The Hill, NPR, US News and World Report, among others. She has also freelance edited for AFP. The interests she pursues focus on social issues, women's issues, politics and daily life. She speaks Spanish, English and French.
Education, awards and exhibits
-2019 Focus on the Story exhibit, Washington, DC.
-2019 Annual WPOW exhibit, Washington, DC.
-2017 Missouri Photo Workshop Randy Cox award.
-2017 Steven Szabo Memorial Award in Photojournalism.
-2017 BFA in Photojournalism, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design.
-2017 NEXT Thesis Exhibition, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design.
-2016 NPPA Michel du Cille Memorial Scholarship.
-2016 Myra Miller Groobert Memorial Scholarship Award in Photojournalism.
-2015 Eddie Adams Workshop.
-2015 "Trading Futures" exhibit at Artist's Proof Gallery, Washington, DC.
-2013 "Confluencias: una muestra fotográfica" at El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires, Argentina.