Pablo Serrano is a Puerto Rican artist completing his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he explores his own vision, primarily with the understanding of geometry, light and materiality of architecture. Before officially pursuing photography, Pablo started his studies in architecture at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico for a year, earning an invaluable foundation and set of skills that would compliment his artistic process forever. Now at the Savannah College of Art and Design, his vision has re-linked to architecture, and experimental applications with traditional/digital printing techniques evolves Pablo's craft continuously.
Going back and forth from his hometown Puerto Rico to the United States, and with ongoing learning of architecture, he can't help but to question: the actual role of architecture today, to what population does it cater, and the origins of vernacular architecture. Pablo documents these real housing organisms and how they function, having this understanding and intellectual curiosity, he feels the responsibility to respond to these cultural/architectural aspects while combining his personal aesthetic and strong technique.