Natalia Roca is in charge of Photograph Productions at FMS since 2018. She is a documentary photographer. She did visual arts and industrial design studies in National University from Córdoba (UNC), Argentina. She holds a diploma in documentary photography and documentary photography conservation from School of Philosophy and Literature, University of Buenos Aires (Seube-FFyL-UBA). She coordinated the photography workshop called Women… another perspective (2004-2009) which was organised in Bower’s women prison, in Córdoba.
Her work is focused on women’s rights, mainly regarding their right to a humanized birth. Her images have been published in different media and displayed in several conferences both for the humanization of delivery and of birth and for make visible women’s and pregnant people’s sexual and reproductive rights. She is a doula and founding activist of Women for a Respected Birth in Córdoba.
She has participated in the creation of different citizen campaigns in favour of sexual and reproductive rights, such as Campaign for a Respected Birth and Right to Decide 2013 Calendar). She has done photojournalism for the alternative journalism site La Tinta. She is currently a member of Colectivo Manifiesto.