I remember that when I was a child at home there was a Kodak Brownie and there was also a Polaroid. Already since then the cameras would seem like magical objects reserved for adults. More Years late and in a self-taught way, I would start taking photos as an amateur with what was My first camera, a Mamiya brand reflex.
I studied Photographic Production at the Superior School of Image and Sound CES, in Madrid. Over there they instructed me in the treatment of digital images; photographic projects; Taking the shot photographic; Final processes of finishing and conservation of images; Digitize and perform processing of photographs by computer applications; Design, organize and manage photographic projects; Supervise and carry out the scenery, lighting, capture, registration and evaluation of the quality of the photographic images, and Guarantee the processes of delivery, archiving and conservation of images and photographic materials.
Currently I continue to develop this activity as a freelance photographer, but without letting go of the new training opportunities related to this discipline that arise: authors and styles photographic, analog and digital techniques, developing processes, etc.
Also, a photojournalist and editor for international news portals or for my personal blog, I am photographer because I am passionate about photography and everything related to it, so I do not neglect the photographic news in terms of artistic and exhibition activity that takes place in various fields Worldwide.
My long-term photographic project is included in what we call Street Photography, so popular and with so many followers in the world that it is internationally known by this english language term. Street photography was born with the appearance of manageable cameras that allowed photography spontaneous in public places. And although people are usually the main subjects in this practice of capturing the “decisive moment”, the elements of the urban environment complete the framing and also appear as protagonists in the multiple visual possibilities offered by the busy streets of any city. These photographs are a small sample of my work as a street photographer, which I do trying to keep in mind the philosophy of the master Henri Cartier-Bresson, “voir est un tout”. Seeing is a whole.