Andrea Morales (b. 1984; Lima, Peru) is a documentary photographer, journalist and educator living and working in Memphis, Tennessee. Her personal work attempts to lens the issues of displacement, disruption and magic. Adding glimpses of daily life to the record through photography is central to her practice. After growing up in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, she earned a B.S. in journalism at the University of Florida, an M.A. in visual communication at Ohio University and an M.F.A. in documentary expression at the University of Mississippi. She has worked as a photojournalist in newsrooms small and large, such as The Concord Monitor, The Lima News and The New York Times. She also worked at the University of Mississippi with students in the Center for the Study of Southern Culture. Currently, she serves as the visuals editor at MLK50: Justice Through Journalism, a nonprofit newsroom in Memphis reporting from the intersection of power, poverty and public policy.