Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Alejandra (Madrid, 1974) started her professional career in photography after 15 years devoted to her first career in Human Resources for American and British Multinationals. She has a degree in Business Administration and Economics (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) and a Master in Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Today, and since 2010 she is a professional photographer, specialised in documentary photography, portrait and visual story telling. She starts her projects with a concept, a strategy that takes her to travel to those places where she can explore deeper the subjects she wishes to communicate and express with her art.
She studied photography at the London School of Photography, and she feels fortunate to have great mentors including Mary Ellen Mark, Peter Turnley and Karl Grobl. with whom she developed projects in places like NYC, Oaxaca, The Philippines, Cambodia, Havana, Lisbon and many more.
In 2011, Alejandra created ¨Bangkok Soul, Photography Journeys”, a photography tours business that offers visual and cultural experiences to professional photographers and travellers in Thailand.
She has lived in 9 countries, visited more than 60, speaks 4 languages and her life has been a constant journey since she was fourteen. Her passion for people and other cultures is captured by her lenses.
She currently works in Mexico City where she exhibits, teaches photography and works in different visual projects.
2015 - Call for Chelsea, 2015 - Selected for PhotoEspaña, 2013 - Goethe Institute of Thailand