Andria Hautamaki: About
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, a B.A. in English Literature, and is a certified FAA Part 107 drone pilot.
Andria is an Eddie Adams Workshop XXVII alumni, received the 2016 Missouri Photo Workshop Bill & Duane Honorary Directors Scholarship, and is a member of Her Wild Vision Initiative and Women Photograph.
Her work has appeared in CNN, Fem Patagonia, High Country News, International Sheepdog News, National Geographic, NPR, OZY, STAT News, Terra Mater Magazin, TIME, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. She is a frequent contributor to Western Horseman.
Andria is fluent in Spanish and available for assignments worldwide.
AWARDS, GRANTS, and RECOGNITIONS
- Contributing photographer to City of Loveland "Art in Public Places" Public Art Collection
- Nominated for National Geographic's Second Assistant Grant Program
- Women Photograph Flash Print Sale
- CNN’s “Year in 2018” photo gallery
- Women Photograph’s “2018 Year in Pictures” photo gallery
- Malta International Photo Award Top 25 Image
- Missouri Photo Workshop Bill & Duane Honorary Directors Scholarship
- Photographer’s Forum Best of College & High School Photography Contest, Finalist
- Magenta Flash Forward Emerging Photographer, Honorable Mention
- Hemispheric Institute of the Americas (HIA) Tinker Summer Research grant recipient
- Eddie Adams Workshop Class of XXVII Student
- Photocrati Fund for Humanitarian and Environmental Photography Projects, Finalist
National Press Photographers Association (NPPA)
Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ)
Women Photograph (WP)
MS International Agricultural Development (University of California, Davis)
BA English Literature, Spanish Minor (Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL)