I was born in 1983 in Guadalajara, México. I grew up playing piano and painting flowers and plants in my spare time. I decided to study architecture because of my interest in art and history, but then I realized that it involved so much more. I therefore got involved in design and cultural activities.
I moved to Italy to finish my bachelor’s degree and stayed two years studying Urbanism, Sociology, Museography, Aesthetic of the cities and other subjects that fascinated me. About then I started carrying my camera around, recording the stories I was seeing in images.
After that I came back to México where I worked as an architect and teacher of Urbanism Projects on the University of my hometown. I started working for the Pan-American Games organizational team on 2011 on a wide range of activities, from Architecture to Advertising. I realized the power of a single image to tell a story, to make you feel emotions and inspire people.
Because of this, and my wanderlust I became a photographer full time.
I have lived and worked in Italy, France, Germany, Kuwait and India and now I live in Mexico city showing what my eyes see on social documentary around the world.
I’ve worked for agencies such as CAVALIA from Cirque du Solei, Infinity, Perfect Choice, Museo Rufino Tamayo, Berlin Fashion Week, NIKE, VANS, VICE, FORD, NESTLÉ and many music festivals.
I’m eager to work on anything that involves conveying emotions to people through images.
I’m addicted to eye gazing and listening to what people have to say in their stories, so I can be able to tell mine.