(Buenos Aires, 1984) Visual journalist and editor specialized in multimedia projects.
He began his career as a photographer at Diario Público in Spain in 2007. In 2011 he started working for Clarín newspaper (Argentina) as a contributor in Europe and North Africa. At the end of 2012, he joins the Associated Press office in Madrid, publishing his images in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Le Monde, or Der Spiegel.
In 2014 he took over the audiovisual production of the PorCausa Foundation, and in 2015, he becomes editor and producer of the Telesur channel in Spain.
From 2015 to 2018, he makes short documentaries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America for the newspaper El País (Spain). He undertakes commissions for media such as TIME, Channel 4, GEO, AJ+, El Pais Semanal, or Univision.
He has also coordinated and produced multimedia projects for ODI (UK), Oxfam, or CEAR (Spain).
In 2017 he directed and scripted the feature documentary 'A Game Called Hope' for the Barça Foundation.
Between 2018 and 2021, he created and coordinated Clarin DOCS, the documentary section of Diario Clarín (Argentina). A quality journalism project that documented, among others, the birth of the 'Ni Una Menos' movement in Argentina, the social outburst in Chile, or the daily life in the Falklands / Malvinas Islands.
Festivals in the UK, Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain, Brazil, and Mexico exhibited his documentaries.
The Luis Valtueña, Humanitarian Photography Award, has recognized his work, the Desalambre video journalism award in Spain, and the SiciliAmbiente Festival in Italy, for the documentary 'Welcome to Europe.'
2014 - Desalambre Video Journalism Award, 2013 - Accessit 15th Valtueña International Photo Award
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- Video capture
- Video editing