Many of the things that I am grateful for in life have come unexpectedly. Photography is one of them, but let me get to that later.
My family and I moved quite a lot while I was young. I was originally born in Argentina (where my grandparents had emigrated a generation before), but when I was two years old my parents decided to return to Spain. Not too long after that, my father was offered a position in the United States and we relocated to Maryland, where I had a terrific time growing up.
As a child, I never imagined that the benefits of receiving a multicultural education and learning several languages would be so great. Looking back, I understand that my experience taught me to appreciate the richness of the world around me; I learned that there is an infinity of ways to look at the world and a whole range of distances to view it from.
Coming back to Spain again, I decided to study Architecture at the Technical University of Madrid. Without really knowing it, through my studies I started to become much more conscious about the behavior of light and the work behind creating an image. I began going out to capture what I saw and using my cameras in manual mode. Suddenly, I realized that what I shot could contain meaning and express intent. It was at that moment that I knew I had something to say with a camera.
After becoming an Architect, I left for Dubai to work in construction. It turned out to be an unbelievable place to keep pursuing my passion for photography. From the beginning, I set out to capture the soul of the city through my lens, and this experience had a profound and lasting impact on my development as a photographer.
Today I am back in Madrid, more excited than ever to develop new projects and ideas. I believe that Beauty is everywhere to be found and that it is bound to Truth. I use my work to go after that Truth, and I am thrilled to be able to share it with you.