Being curious by nature, self-taught by choice, I left home at a very young age to settle for a while in places that share a common heartbeat, in cities that to some extent symbolize the often elusive embrace, of various intensities, between two ways of seeing the world.
Berlin, Venice, Moscow, Kiev.
In that melting pot of cultures, two of my great passions began to take shape: photography and painting. Meanwhile, I also finished my Translation and Interpretation studies and worked as a cultural manager at the Spanish Embassy in Ukraine.
Back in 2008 I irregularly attended different photography and painting courses and workshops.
Photography has always been part of my life, I always liked contemplation, being in the clouds, but down-to-earth at the same time, submerging in worlds that became my own. I remember the first photos, that spontaneous abandonment to an impulse that was difficult to explain, that it would take many years to sprout, to take roots, to slowly settle when the frenetic rhythm of my life decided to adapt to another tempo.