Leo Liberman was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1975, but has been living in Buenos Aires for more than two decades.
After completing his degree in Cinema and Video Documentary, he started to work as a photographer, in 1999. In addition to his photographic projects, Leo is professor of photojournalism at ARGRA (Argentinian Photojournalists Association).
Leo's photographic work covers a vast range of subjects, from the struggle of the Colombian Refugees illustrated in his project Renewing Hope, to working on a colorful reportage, exclusivity for the prestigious Cirque du Soleil (2008). He was selected among the 10 finalists in the 2011 edition of the Sony World Photography Award for his portrait series Intimate Sorrow about Nestor Kirchner's Funerals.
Through the years Leo has photographed for several, major Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) such Greenpeace International, Action Aid, JRS among others. His work has been published internationally in major publications such as The Guardian, Politiken, Rolling Stones, La Vanguardia, Jyllands Posten, Clarin y La Nacion.