About Born in France in 1989, from a French mother and a Peruvian father, Audrey Cordova Rampant is a journalist, photojournalist, filmmaker, educator, and digital storytelling producer. Based in Lima, Peru— her work is focused on issues related to social justice, human rights, environment and corruption.
Currently, she works at Pacha Films, as a filmmaker and producer. She is also an educator at the prestigious Peruvian organization, Centro de la Imagen, where she teaches transmedia and digital storytelling production. She also works as a freelance photojournalist for the Spanish newspaper El País since 2016.
Current days:Works at Pacha Films, since 2019, Peruvian documentary house producer. Producer for Discovery Channel, BBC, and Channel 4. Teacher at Centro de la Imagen of Lima: Transmedia and digital storytelling production (since 2018). Freelancer for the international newspaper El País (since 2016).
2014 – 2019: Worked as journalist, photographer, videographer, documentalist, and producer in long investigative stories, investigative short videos, and short documentaries for Peruvian environmental NGO Sociedad Peruana de Derecho Ambiental; for the independent investigative outlet Ojo Público; Radio Programas del Perú (RPP), main broadcasting in the country; international broadcaster France24 español, Spanish website.
2018: International Center for Journalists fellow at Washington D.C. at FRONTLINE, PBS news, oct. to nov. in Boston.
2015-2017: Co-founder of StoryCode Peru, first Peruvian community about digital storytelling, transmedia projects, training for professionals and students through conferences and networking.
2010 -2014: Worked for French and Spanish media outlets and covered migration, human rights, and social movements (AFP agency video, l’Yonne Républicaine (French local press), Latino).
2008-2012: Journalism studies at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid.
2019, Third place in web photography category at Picture of The Year LATAM contest (POY LATAM) for Disappeared women story, Desaparecidas, Las mujeres olvidadas por el Estado peruano. https://rpp.pe/data/desaparecidas/
2018, Finalist of the Digital Media Latin America Awards of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, for Disappeared women story, Desaparecidas, Las Mujeres olvidadas por el Estado peruano. https://rpp.pe/data/desaparecidas/
2015, Best Journalist Camera Award in National Journalism Awards of Peru from the Press and Society Institute (IPYS), for the interactive documentary Las rutas del oro (Behind the dirty gold). http://lasrutasdeloro.com/
2015, Between the 6th projects nominated as finalists for the Visa d'Or du Webdocumentaire award at the Festival du Photojournalisme Visa pour l'Image de Perpignan for the interactive documentary Las rutas del oro (Behind the dirty gold). http://lasrutasdeloro.com/