Andalusia Knoll Soloff is a multimedia journalist based in Mexico City. She is a freelance video producer for Democracy Now!, VICE News, Al Jazeera, BBC, ZDF, TeleSUR, and NBC Latino. Her work has also appeared in The Intercept, Teen Vogue, National Geographic, NPR, The Globe and Mail and various independent documentaries. Her reporting focuses on disappearances and state violence, indigenous land struggles and gender based murders in Latin America. She is the co-coordinator of the new organization Frontline Freelance México, collaborates with the Mexican Periodistas de a Pie network and has been active in the press freedom movement in Mexico.
Andalusia got her start in community media in 2002 and has since reported on the Ayotzinapa students in Mexico, immigrant struggles in the U.S., Fidel Castro’s death in Cuba, the Fire Volcano disaster in Guatemala, the World Cup in Brazil, the Second Intifada in Palestine, the peace process in Colombia and Post-Coup Honduras. Knoll Soloff was awarded the Adelante Fellowship with the International Womens Media Foundation, The Leonard C. Goodman Fellowship and the PRENDE Judicial Reporting scholarship at the Iberoamerican University.