Jorge Panchoaga is an anthropologist and photographer. Jorge has developed projects related to his personal history, addressing problems of socio-cultural identity, memory, language, cultural change caused by conflict and the relations between human beings and their environment. He is part of different collections as the Higashikawa Japan, the Swiss Cultural Fund in Colombia, the Cultural Center Nestor Kirchner in Argentina, and private spaces. He has exhibited his work in Spain, Argentina, Chile, Guatemala, and different cities of Colombia. He has won the II Ibero American Photography Award NEXOFOTO, Spain; IX Colombo Swiss National Prize of Photography of the Ministry of Culture, the Sixth Salon of Young Art Club El Nogal. He was Fellow of Pedro Meyer Foundation and the World Press Photo pursuing the Diploma in storytelling and new media. Selected to participate in the Third Annual New York Portfolio Review of The New York Times and the New York University. In 2015 he was nominated for the Joop Swart Masterclass of World Press Photo and was nominator for the World Press Photo Masterclass in Latin America. Cofounder of +1 Collective. He is currently a Fujifilm X-Photographer.