Josué Rivas (Mexica/Otomi) is an award-winning visual storyteller working at the intersection of art, journalism, and advocacy to challenge the mainstream narrative about Indigenous peoples. His work aims to create awareness about issues affecting Native communities across Turtle Island and to be a messenger for those in the shadows of our society. He is a 2017 Magnum Foundation Photography and Social Justice Fellow and founder of the Standing Strong Project.

His work has appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Guardian, and World Policy Journal. He is available for assignments, film projects and gallery shows. 

Josué is based in Chicago, IL.