Andalusia Knoll Soloff

Head shot of Andalusia Knoll Soloff
Andalusia Knoll Soloff is a multimedia journalist based in Mexico City. She is a freelance video producer for Al Jazeera, Democracy Now!, VICE News, BBC, RAI Italy, and NBC Latino. Her work has also appeared in The Intercept, Teen Vogue, Latino USA, and New York Magazine. Her reporting focuses on human resilience and dignity in the face of disappearances, state violence, land struggles and gender-based murders in Latin America.

She is the author of the graphic novel Taken Alive (Penguin Random House 2019), about the 43 disappeared Ayotzinapa students. Knoll Soloff was awarded the Intercept/Double Exposure/ Screening Group Investigative Film Grant, The FINDD Fellowship from the Fundación Gabo, The Adelante Fellowship with the IWMF, and the PRENDE Judicial Reporting scholarship at the Iberoamerican University.