Noah Friedman-Rudovsky is a freelance photojournalist and videographer based in Bolivia where he has spent the past eight years covering the nation’s transformation. He received a Fulbright fellowship for photography of Bolivia’s social movements in 2004. He later spent two years as official photographer of President Evo Morales, the country's first indigenous leader.
Noah is a contributor to The New York Times, and his coverage of Latin America has also appeared in The New Yorker, Der Spiegel, Paris Match, Time Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, among others. He works frequently for NGOs such as Oxfam, UNICEF, Planned Parenthood and The Carter Center in the region. Noah is currently working on multimedia projects with funding from The Nation Investigative Fund and the Pulitzer Center.