Adriana Teresa Letorney
Adriana Teresa Letorney is the Founder & CEO of FotoVisura Inc- a creative and tech firm.
Primarily responsible for powering Visura.co (B2C) & Visura Pro (B2B). She is also the co-founder of the Scout Film Festival, a 501(c)3 organization that empowers and supports filmmakers worldwide aged 24 and under.
Adriana is dedicated to studying the structural challenges of finding quality and diverse content and talent online as a key asset to the formation and implementation of sustainable economic development in any given industry. She began by studying the challenges faced in new media, journalism, visual storytelling, and publishing.
Adriana Teresa has served as a publisher, editor, curator, producer, and writer. She has served as a contributing writer for New York Times Lens Blog and Huffington Post; and a juror, nominator, and reviewer for the Alexia Grant, World Press Photo Joop Masterclass, Prix Pictet, CPOY, New York Photo Awards, The Google Photography Prize, amongst many others. She has lectured at the Missouri School of Journalism, University of Syracuse, School of Visual Arts, and The New School, amongst others. In addition, she has curated numerous exhibitions worldwide, including the Latin American Pavilion at The New York Photo Festival (2008-2012), Lucie Awards Best of Show Exhibition (2010), Photoville (2012-13) and GuatePhoto Festival (2010-2015).
December 13, 2020
A Vermont Town Reckons with Its Past
Rachel Moore, Executive Director of Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, Vermont, 2020. [Credit: Adriana Teresa Letorney] (STOWE, Vt.) […]
November 29, 2020
This Artist is Transforming a Vermont Art Center Into an International Hub
Rachel Moore runs a small-town art center that takes on global issues.
November 10, 2020
Black Photojournalists Sue BuzzFeed for Copyright Infringement
Six Black photojournalists sued the global digital media company BuzzFeed on Oct. 10 for allegedly embedding their Instagram photos without compensation, permission, or notification.
October 26, 2020
The Jazz Community Connects in New and Meaningful Ways
“It’s important for musicians to understand how to present oneself on the internet, especially during these times."
October 19, 2020
‘We are going to be okay’: A Child’s Advice for the Pandemic
[Credit: Visura] (STOWE, Vt.) —As a reporter for The Click, I sat down with our six-year-old son Gabo to talk […]