I was born in 1990 in the city of San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina. After finishing my bachelor in Communication, Arts and Design (2007) I started to work as a photographer in a cooperative project named Piedra Libre (2009-2013) with some collegues. My photographic work was focused in making portraits but I also had to get new clients, organize the shoots and design the layouts for the products we were selling. At the same time I studied sociology in the University of Buenos Aires (UBA - 2008-2014) while working as a freelancer for the digital argentinian newspaper Marcha Noticias, both photographing and writing. In 2015 I moved to Paris to make a master in Creative Documentary and Photojournalism with the agency Magnum Photos and the Speos Paris-London Photographic Institute. I am currently based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, an ideal location to get local stories as well as regional ones in other countries like Uruguay, Brazil and Chile.
2016 - Young Photographer - Festival de Bievres, France
- Breaking news
The uprising of a French Spring?
After the release of a project to reform the labor code in France by the socialist goverment of François Hollande in February 2016, the french society started to move quickly. The huge rejection of the so called "loi El Khomri" (named after the current minister of labor, Myriam El Khomri) triggered general strikes and demonstrations in many cities of the country, but also gave birth to a new social phenomenon. The "Nuit Debout" (a mixture between standing and reborned night) started to congregate hundreds, and even thousands of people, mostly young ones, every evening in the Place de la Republique in Paris since March 31st during three months.
Colombes: a neighborhood for whom?
This project tells the story of a community garden in the neighborhood of Colombes, region of Île-De-France, France, which is in risk of being evicted in order to construct a temporary parking yard as part of a urban renovation program for the commune.