Caracas, Venezuela (1982). Computer engineer who decided to deepen my photography looking for a way to break the daily routine and take a new perspective of the world around me.
I took courses in Digital Photography I, II and II, Composition, Landscaping and Concert Photography and Light Painting workshops in The Photo Art School, in Caracas, Photographic Project Laboratory, Photojournalism Workshop with paula acunzo in Escuela foto arte, in Buenos Aires.
I also participated in several online workshops: Seeing Through Photographs dictated by Sarah Meister of MoMA, Mastering Exposure dictated by Jennifer Spelman and The Art of Photography dictated by Dr. Shane Hulbert.
3rd Mention in the 3rd Photo Contest 2019 “On motorcycle and bike with helmet” organized by the Argentinian Automobile Club.
Honorable Mention in Monovisions Black And White Photography Awards - Series, Street Photography, 2019.
About My Work
I am a Venezuelan photographer who has lived in Buenos Aires since 2016, I discovered my passion for photography while I was looking for a way to break the daily routine. I really enjoy going out and walking the streets, observing people and the space around me.
With my photographic work I seek to capture moments that can be ephemeral, feelings of the daily life of people we meet and we don't realize, all this from a very personal vision.
My biggest influence is Ansel Adams, for the use of quite strong contrasts in his images, which I try to replicate in most of my work.
I am a very curious person and photography has given me the necessary tool to explore me in my constant search, since it allows me to observe my surroundings, looking for details in which I can feel reflected.