Who is Juan Arredondo?
Juan Arredondo is a Colombian-American journalist. He works as a documentary photographer and a contributor to The New York Times, National Geographic, and ESPN. In addition, he serves as an adjunct professor at Columbia University in New York City, the metropolitan area. He is also a recipient of the ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’Or award and a World Press Photo award.
Juan Arredondo Age
Arredondo is 45 years old. He was born in 1977 in the United States.
Juan Arredondo Wife
Arredondo is very private when it comes to his personal life. He has never revealed any information about being married. His wife and children will soon be updated.
Juan Arredondo Education
Arredondo graduated from Rutgers University and Harvard University in 2019. He holds a Master’s degree in Journalism and Documentary Filmmaking.
Juan Arredondo Salary
Arredondo earns an estimated salary of $80 k and $100 k as of 2022. He works as a documentary photographer and a contributor to The New York Times, National Geographic, and ESPN.
Juan Arredondo Net Worth
Arredondo has an estimated net worth ranging between $3 million – $5 million. He has earned this figure from his successful journalism career. His exact net worth figure will be updated soon.
Juan Arredondo Career As a Jounalist
Arredondo started his career as a photographer at The New York Times from 2010 up to date. He joined The National Geographic in 2017 where he also serves as a photographer up to date. He has also served as a visual journalist for NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises since September 2021.
His responsibilities include reporting, producing, and directing short video documentaries about important news topics in the US and Latin America focusing on migrations, politics. Moreover, Arredondo serves as a visiting professor visual journalist from November 2020 up to date.
Juan Arredondo and Brent Renaud Injured In Ukraine
Arredondo suffered gunshots injuries near Kyiv on March 13, 2022. He was with U.S. documentary filmmaker Brent Renaud, who was killed in the incident. Arredondo described his friend’s final minutes alive in a hospital video taken by a journalist.
“We crossed the first bridge at Irpin while heading to film all the refugees leaving. We got into a car as someone offered to take us to the other bridge and we crossed a checkpoint, and they started shooting at us. Then the driver turned around and they kept shooting and there were two of us. My friend is Brent Renaud and they shot him and left him behind,” Arredondo told Italian journalist Annalisa Camillim, as he was being treated in a hospital bed.
On Twitter, Kyiv Region police stated that Brent Renaud was the American journalist who was killed. Police shared a photo of his body and U.S. passport as confirmation, and a photo of a press badge from The New York Times with his name on it.
An assistant to Ukrainian Interior Minister Anton Gerashchenko said in a statement that Renaud “paid with his life for trying to expose the insidiousness, cruelty, and ruthlessness of the aggressor,” according to a report by The New York Times.