Born in Mexico City 1968, lived in more than 21 homes with 37 housemates in 5 different countries, hence I consider myself a bit of a nomad.
Psychology has always been at the center of my life, today I am interested in psychological portraits and aiming at producing storytelling by working with my subjects.
The experience of taking the picture is always more valuable to me, than the picture itself. But after, I am fascinated by the spectators experience without having been there.
I won First price at the contest El México de los Mexicanos 2009.
I coordinated, photographed and edited 2 Memorias Gráficas for the IFE (Electorate Institute in Mexico), 2006 and 2009.
Recently I collaborated on a Book about the 43 missing students, with Francisco Mata, edited by the Universidad Autónoma de México, 2016.
Last exhibition in Mexico City (at Rejas de Chapultepec on Afro Mexican Communities), which travelled to Salvador, Honduras, Haiti and Colombia.