Born in Bogotá in 1963, Julián Lineros began working as a photographer at the age of twenty-eight. As a photojournalist, he contributed to both Colombian magazines and the international press. With accreditation from the Gamma-Eyedea agency, he covered the release of Ingrid Betancourt, and his photos appeared in magazines like Elle and Paris Match. In 2002 he was awarded the Simón Bolívar Prize for journalism.
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