I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ever since childhood,
I have been attracted to any form of imagery. I studied
advertising at the Universidad del Salvador, in hopes of
being able to further explore and express myself creatively.
My journey as a photographer began when I moved
to Bariloche. I started assisting local photographers
and was immediately inspired by the people, the culture
and the beauty of Patagonia. The art of photography not
only caught my attention, but it quickly became my passion.
I began taking pictures of my family using black and
white film. I then worked fast to build my very own
dark room at home, where I spent endless hours
in 2002, I moved to the United States and have lived in Miami
ever since. I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with various
types of media, such as “Architectural Digest,” "The Miami Herald," amongst others. My eagerness
to keep improving led me to attend Maine Media
Workshops school, where I was fortunate enough to
learn from Cig Harvey.
My photos always begin with a concept and my main
concern is that my images are impeccably illuminated
and well exposed. At times, I work hard at controlling a
photo’s variables, but other times I simply go out with my
camera to explore the world and the result
can be... magical.