New York, NY, USA
Born in 1986 from Buenos Aires, Argentina . Photographer, Art director, Colorist in postproduction.
Studied Art Direction in Filmmaking at The University of Cine in San Telmo, Buenos Aires. After graduating in 2008, worked as a colorist in postproduction, color-correcting movies in a Visual Mastering Studio before moving to New York to study at the International Center of Photography. After finishing The One-Year Certificate Program at ICP, assisted various Fashion Photographers based in NYC as well as doing her own editorial works for International magazines like Dossier and campaigns for international and local brands. Major exhibitions: “Moment of Recognition”, curated by Amy Arbus at Rita.K.Hillman Education Gallery at the International Center of Photography, New York, 2011;“My Truth, Your Truth”, curated by Alison Morley and Marina Berio at Rita.K.Hillman Education Gallery at the International Center of Photography, New York, 2012; Solo Exhibition “And Spring Again” at The Argentine Consulate in New York, 2014; "Somewear" at Praxis International Art Gallery, New York, 2014 and Upcoming exhibiton "Wild Flowers" at Praxis International Art Gallery in April 2016.
- Still life
Somewear is a series of self -portraits, which struggle with the idea of identity. Setting my body in front of the camera has been a way of looking myself in another way, trying to answer all those questions about who are we really. Society, family and the generation we live in, make this journey even harder. We camouflage as animals do or even soldiers, in order to survive. It’s our way of being inside a system. Its like a game, if it fits your vision can be deceived creating almost an optical illusion.
Is it possible to isolate our more pure self to everything that it’s attached to us? Somewhere we can find these answers or not. Maybe the real answer is to learn how to live with this but not forgetting to look inside.