Born 1985 in Zaragoza, lives in Vilassar de Mar (Barcelona).
I’ve had contact with photography since childhood. My father (a big fan of it) put a camera on my hands for the first time at a concert. It was there, standing on his shoulders that I took my first pictures. I loved it. It might be because taking pictures has something of painting, image combined with an attraction to almost-futuristic machines.
My projects are focus on these conceptual areas: the dichotomy and interaction between the human and the natural - social projects that claim to show realities of inequality immediate environment.
Photography is an art that answers directly to reality, which poses a major challenge to create the unreal, the paradox of what is or is not real is fully alive in the medium. It can be summarized in the phrase - -make real the unreal-, it is a search of the fantastic, the symbolic. With the acquiescence of the dream we aim to create a world of your own between the visionary and the irrational having as a basis the mystery and timelessness of the printed result. Images in an exact order seeking the wonder of the abnormal, a feeling out of the apparent disorder of the world to escape back to the relatable, the familiar with a slow and deliberate subtlety in a reformulation of the image based on the -make real the unreal- It´s a combination that pushes us to rethink reality itself, causing a disconcerting startle.
I am interested by the development and the creative process but if the resulting object doesn’t attract or repel us, is doesn’t move us; we face an intellectuality devoid of emotion.
One of my obsessions is the confluence between the natural and the human, the dichotomy between the wild and the civilized. But what is one to the other?