Andria Hautamaki

Andria Hautamaki is an independent photo and print journalist from the United States who is based in Southern Chile. Her personal work focuses on the intersection of agriculture, the environment, and rural life. She holds a Master’s degree in International Agricultural Development from the University of California, Davis and a B.A. in English Literature. Andria is an Eddie Adams XXVII alumna, received the 2016 Missouri Photo Workshop Bill & Duane Honorary Directors Scholarship, and is a member of Women Photograph. Her work has appeared in CNN, Fem Patagonia, High Country News, National Geographic Traveler, OZY, STAT News, and Western Horseman, among others. Andria is the 2019 Eyes on Main Street Wilson photo-reportage grant recipient.

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Andria Hautamaki es una periodista independiente de fotografía y prensa de los Estados Unidos basada en el sur de Chile. Su trabajo personal se centra en la intersección de la agricultura, el medio ambiente y la vida rural. Tiene una maestría en Desarrollo Agrícola Internacional de la Universidad de California, Davis y un B.A. en literatura inglesa. Andria es una alumna de Eddie Adams XXVII, recibió la Beca Bill & Duane de Directoras Honorarias del Taller de Fotografía de Missouri 2016 y es miembro de Women Photograph. Su trabajo ha sido publicado en CNN, Fem Patagonia, High Country News, National Geographic Traveler, OZY, STAT News y Western Horseman, entre otros. Andria es la beneficiaria de la subvención para reportajes fotográficos Eyes on Main Street Wilson de 2019.

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A Sacred Care Rancho Horizontes

You can find this full story in the October 2020 edition of Western Horseman. A SACRED CARE Nestled in the Andes Mountains, Rancho Horizontes uses top Quarter Horse and Appaloosa bloodlines to produce big-hearted horses…

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Learning the Ropes at a Colombian Rodeo School

In Colombia, Rancho Apalache teaches students horsemanship skills and respect for livestock. Rodeo coach María Luisa Botero works with students and horses of several breeds to prepare them for rodeo events surrounded by the Andes…

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Hope in Hydrangeas

A worker carries brightly colored hydrangeas into a warehouse at the Flores del Este flower farm. With 57 acres (23 hectares) under production, Flores del Este is Colombia’s largest single-site hydrangea farm. (Andria Hautamaki) The…

Meet the Fellow: Shilpa Jindia

Shilpa Jindia knows how to frame a question. Articulate and astute, she has the linguistic prowess to affirm one’s experience and simultaneously draw out layers of meaning in a single, well-crafted sentence. I know, because…

Journalism is Fueled by Community

4:55 am. Waiting outside a Colombian flower farm for the floriculture workers—who mostly arrive by bicycle—to show up despite the pre-dawn drizzle. Image credit: María Andrea Kronfly When the shrill buzz of my alarm sounded…

Find “Your” Stories

Vaqueras from Rancho Apalache—a rodeo school outside of Medellín, Colombia—ride back to the barn after an afternoon roping practice session. Photo: Andria Hautamaki   Reporting from a new region can be daunting. Unpacking local and…