Ursula Vari is a Nobel Peace Prize–nominated photographer, author and content producer with experience in editorial content, social commentary, photo essays and multimedia projects. She has covered the BLM marches, homelessness, street basketball culture, the impact of COVID in LA, and has travelled to the Amazon Rainforest to document indigenous tribes.
She has worked with clients such as Adidas, Los Angeles Magazine, the City of Compton, Red Bull, YCO Active, VPAN, Sabato Magazine, Uball and Veniceball. She is the founder of Amazon Alliance, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates street animals, brings free veterinary services and educational campaigns to underserved communities. She has 16 years of yoga/meditation teaching experience, speaks conversational Hungarian and Spanish, and is the author of two books now available on Barnes and Noble and Amazon. Ursula resides in Los Angeles with her three rescues.