Recently they have focused on conservation stories by making award-winning documentaries on European projects such "Doñana’s Human Heart", to help to protect the most important wetland in Europe or improve the coexistence between wolves and humans in "Sharing the Land" selected, among others, for the Wildscreen Festival, the most important international nature and conservation documentary festival in the world.
Their documentary "Red Gold Slavery" is nominated for the Amnesty Media Award 2020 and they have received the Manuel Ortiz Foundation NY award for "The Invisible Genocide" published in The New York Times.
Their body of work includes ‘Congo CSI’ denouncing the genocide against Hutu people in Congo DR broadcasted on Channel 4 News UK or the ‘Invisible Genocide against Women in Guatemala’ documenting the massive rapes against 100.000 women published at The Guardian.
Also they took a deep look into a daily life of a ‘21st Century Geisha´ in Japan for National Geographic or ‘Girls Trafficked in Nepal’, a documentary piece documenting the new slaves of the Century.
Among their reportages and expeditions stand out the ones executed in Egypt, Mozambique, China, Vietnam, Tanzania or South America related to human rights issues or their recently investigation for The Observer UK about sexual trafficking in Spain: 'European Capital of Sexual Slavery' or COVID 19 crisis for Channel 4 News