Photographer and filmmaker, I have always thought that there is a field where the limits of each art are blurred and the edges are confused with another means of expression. I believe that everything that surrounds us influences our way of perceiving the world, of being and feeling; Even the smallest and most insignificant things, and that's where my eyes focus.For years I worked in chemical photography and when digital photography appeared, it represented a real revolution in my way of working, but I kept the same conceptual aspects. Currently I use the two techniques interchangeably. I think we are all sponges that we absorb with external influences and also from our own experience. Here you can find a selection of my work. Since 2009 I have combined photography with cinema, making the short films The Criminal , The Announcent Goodbyes and nowadays the documentary Chords from Life.
After studying higher education I started working as an apprentice in an old photography studio, where I trained in classical technique at the beginning of the 80s. Since then I have not stopped studying and getting to know everything that has interested me.
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2020 Photographic project Confined Images. You can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGOqg4TOH9Q
Photographic project Fair Days. You can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqdmgxkgKd0
2018 Exhibition The Dark Light. You can see a report here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFow0x1oCtY&t=47s
2015 Premiere of the short film Announced Farewells. You can see the short film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiJVaA55hFE&t=5s
2013 Premiere of the short film The Criminal. You can see here the short film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEs8Gdq9Ed0
I ARCO Photography Contest 1987, Madrid, Spain
National Young Photographers Award. 1988. Madrid, Spain
Plastic Arts research scholarship Eusebio Sempere Center.1989
Project 4 Directions. Reina Sofia National Museum, 1991, Madrid, Spain
Spanish Cultural Week 1996.I. Cervantes Bremen, Germany