Louis Alarcon (b.1974) is a documentary photographer and storyteller, based in Cuba since 1999.
Louis' documentary work is focused on capturing the changes that Cuba is going through in a documentary and artistic way.
He is passionate about photographing and introducing it to others leding several photography tours to Cuba.
Louis writes several articles about cuban photography and cuban culture in his website.
His brain is divided into two parts, one Cuban and one European, making him have a very particular vision of this island, to which Louis refers more to as a planet than a country.
He works in color and black and white photography as you can see in his website.
Some of his achievements are:
Member of TIFF : Trinidad international Foundation of Photography. (Trinidad – Cuba).
Photographer and director of Cuban Photo Tours "Photographing Cuba".
Director of international account of Cuba in Instragram.
Filmmaker and director of the largest Youtube channel about Cuba.
In Louis words.
"I work mainly reporting the changes taking place in Cuba (the country where I currently live) and keeping testimonials of the traditions and people who are disappearing throughout the years"
"My main goal is to create a photographic memoir of a passionate country that will never be the same."
Photography tours to Cuba every month no matter the travelers photographic skills or the camera they use.
Daily photo tours in Havana as you can see in the next link.
Personalized photo tours to Cuba, depending on the travelers needs.
Photo Biographer of Cuban changes with his photo essays and his long term project "photographing cuba"