Born in Mexico City 48 years ago, having lived in more than 21 homes with 37 housemates in 5 different countries, I consider myself a bit of a nomad.
Psychology is a must amongst my family, this has marked deeply my life.
I studied photography at LCP in London and went on to do an MA in Applied Arts and Visual Culture at LGU.
I am a professional photographer, working in Mexico City, applying my street photography to social photography very successfully.
I won First price at the contest El México de los Mexicanos 2009. Amongst 28,000 entries.
I coordinated, photographed and edited 2 Memorias Gráficas for the IFE (Electorate Institute in Mexico), 2006 and 2009.
Recently I colaborated on a Book about the 43 missing students, with Francisco Mata, edited by the Universidad Autónoma de México, 2016.
I have had one major exhibition in Mexico City (at Rejas de Chapultepec on Afro Mexican Communities), which then travelled to Salvador, Honduras, Haiti and Colombia.
Last year I was selected to participate at 20fotografosmx which is a new platform for Latin American photographers, organized by Colectivo +1 and Foto Museo 4 Caminos.
Being a natural born seeker, 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 am recently focusing on letting my voice and my experience speak through my images.... aiming to produce storytelling in a way I have never done before.