Photographer / Editor
Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Degree in Political Science from the UBA (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Bachelor in Journalism from TEA (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Techic Baccalaureate in Musical Production from ORT (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Photography studies with these artists/curators:
His work has been exhibit in Argentina twice in Festival of Light – Encuentros Abiertos, three times in Bienal Internacional de Fotografia Documental de Tucumán, four times in Social Sciences Faculty’s photogallery, among other venues, in Paris in Viaduct des Artes, in the context of collective exhibit Dialogues/Diálogos and in Spain in the latinamerican photographers exhibit in the PhotoEspaña festival 2015.
In March 2015 has been elected to participate in Nido Errante photographic residency to develop a project in Patagonia.
He works as multimedia and musical technology teacher as well as freelance photographer. Previously he has been editor and web designer at Fotomundo Magazine.
Has joined the Politics and Aesthetics Theory course at Social Sciences Faculty, University of Buenos Aires, as invited professor.
He is currently developing Arena Documenta with Teo Bonilla, a multimedia agency of documentary content.
He has also joined artistic workshops with Laurie Anderson and Cynthia Kampelmacher.
- Audio editing
- Video capture
- Video editing
“When I’m dived… yes, I think over. I ponder on my work, on what I’m doing, sometimes on my family… you spend a lot of time down there". On a diary basis, ships set sail from Caleta Ancud, in the north of the big island of Chiloe on there way to Chilean Sea in the Pacific Ocean.
The most beautiful meaning of "Samba" means Sam -to give- and ba -to receive- in the african language quimbundo. Even though this musical genre and dance has come from ancient roots in africa, portugal and has many influences from all around latin America, it's just about walking to the right place in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais state) or any spot in Brazil to find people giving and receiving while the sun sets and the bodies get warm.
Miguel is a blacksmither who has been in the business for more than a life. He wakes up at 5 every morning and turns on the ligths of this factory located in the center of Buenos Aires city. As in many handcraft activities, he's one of the lasts to practice his knowledge. From very complex mechanisms to beautiful shapes in solid metal, Miguel's creations seem to be a museum piece even before they have been finished.