Photographer and anthropologist from Quito, Ecuador. In 2012, after some events in my life I came across with photography and it got connected with anthropology, two careers I have been developing at the same time. I think they could do a symbiotic job when I try to tell stories, stories that show social problems and life dynamics. I mean, the strength and weakness of humanity.
My experience has bordered photojournalism and documentary photography mostly. I have been part of collective exhibitions in Canada, Turkey, United States and my country. Among my achievements are winning “Miradas Indígenas” OAS documentary photography award (2013), first place in people category in Mobile Photo Awards MPA (2015).
I'm trying to get my visual language stronger and become it in such a powerful tool that I could be a storyteller of the reality around me, in all its faces, from those everyday moments to the sum of all of them, that builds the real world. I care about highlighting stories through photos -no photos through stories- reaching and showing a confrontation between causes and realities, in order to generate a sensorial dialogue between what I see through the eyes of the others and what spectators see through my eyes.
Currently working as freelance photographer and developing my personal projects.