Freelance profile

Romy Arroyo Fernandez (romyclick)

Ever since I was a teenager I've been fascinated about how photography is able to immortalize a moment that will never be repeated in time. Also I like to use photography as a way to communication and creative expression. My photography is especially honest and not try to hide the reality of what I photographed. My current body of work includes mainly portraits, street photography and photo reportage. This last one is the most important kind of photography to me, I'm always looking to find different points and angles of view to tell the story that I'm shooting.

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Contact details:

Street: Nieuwstraat 29
Town: Nijmegen
Postcode: 6511PT
Country: Netherlands
Website: http://www.romyclick.com
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PhotographerRates: Photography
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Subjects:

  • Media
  • Local government
  • European Community
  • Ethnic and minority
  • Sport
  • Lifestyle
  • Arts/entertainment
  • Environment and conservation

Profile last updated: 2016-06-22 08:45:04

Photographs

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Human rights 4 refugees, demonstration in The Hague. © Romy Arroyo Fernandez © Romy Arroyo Fernandez Human rights 4 refugees, demonstration in The Hague. © Romy Arroyo Fernandez
On May 14th, citizens across the world will come together to stand up for human rights for refugees. From Chicago to Brisbane and from Belfast to Athens people are taking the streets in solidarity with refugees. They stand up to call on Dutch and European leaders to fulfill their obligations to guarantee the human rights of refugees, safe passage and humane shelter both here in The Netherlands as well as in Greece, Turkey and all member states of the EU.
Free Palestine, Demonstration in Amsterdam. © Romy Arroyo Fernandez © Romy Arroyo Fernandez Free Palestine, Demonstration in Amsterdam. © Romy Arroyo Fernandez
Over the last weeks more than 1300 Palestinians have been killed by Israel. 50.000 have been made homeless in an attempt to seize even more Palestinian land. Hospitals are being bombed, are running low on supplies and remain in some cases without electricity. Palestinians are told to flee, but have nowhere to go in the open air prison called Gaza. With this demonstration that was organized by ‘ Youth For Palestine, Netherland’ and ‘Socialisme.nu’; they demand an end to Dutch complicity and call for sanctions and an end to the blockade and occupation.
Orlando's Pulse MEmorial in Nijmegen.  © Romy Arroyo Fernandez © Romy Arroyo Fernandez Orlando's Pulse MEmorial in Nijmegen. © Romy Arroyo Fernandez
A memorial was held at the Grote Mark in Nijmegen to honor the victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre. Around 150 people gathered to place flowers and candles at the Mariken van Nieumeghen monument, that is situated in the center of the square. Also people observed a minute’s silence in memory of the victims of this hate crime. The Memorial was organized by the LGBTI community in Nijmegen.