I was born and raised in the small Spanish town of Monzon. After finishing high school I moved to Madrid to get a technical engineering degree. In the late 90's I started to study film photography during a few years and after that I jumped to digital, the craft of which I learned for myself.
During the years I've visited over 80 countries and the passion for photography grew with every trip, evolving from focusing mainly on landscapes to the center of my work nowadays which is, above all, the people that live in the places I visit and their everyday lifes and customs.
I've participated in photographic assignments and exhibitions in London, Madrid, Barcelona and Zaragoza and have published some pictures in magazines such as GEO Saison, Outside Magazine or the National Geographic's book “That's Creepy”. And I'm a regular contributor to agencies like Getty images, Alamy or AGE fotostock. In 2015 I was shortlisted in the travel category of the Sony World Photography Awards.
Currently I work as a tour leader for a Spanish company organizing trips to Africa, where I spend half of the year. When I'm not working as a tour guide, I like to travel as much as possible to grow my photographic archive and to feed the “travel bug”.