Photography has always been a passion for me since my dad gave me my first camera in 1983. I took pictures as an amateur, focusing mostly on nature. In 2015, my family and I went through a terrible loss and as a coping mechanism I immersed myself in reading. One of the books I read was called “Art as Therapy” by Alain de Bottom & John Armstrong. I was inspired by the book and so decided to explore my grief through my passion for photography. In 2017 I joined the TAI University (Transforming Arts Institute) to the program of Master degree in Art and Documentary Photography in Madrid, Spain. As my final project I presented this project called “Neblina” (Foggy). One of my teachers suggested to publish this book and maybe help other grieving families that are going through a similar experience. This is part of that book.