Curiosity is strong in me, since my early childhood. Whatever object I lay my hands on, was intriguing, sparking my mind on how things were made, how they worked, what they were for.
Thus it is not surprising that after college I studied Physics at the University. Soon my passion for science began to give way to my artistic inclination.
The breakthrough came with a Henri Cartier Bresson retrospective, in the Centro Cultural Borges, in Buenos Aires. Photography became a way of learning about my feelings, about explaining the world to myself.
Why I am taking this picture?
Why does this concern me?
It has also grown as a way of grasping the moment, an essential need,
a visual attempt against the merciless tide of time.
I left Argentina, for new horizons in early 2006, and decided to move to French Alps. Photography was my priority and became a full time freelancer job since 2013. I’ve worked for HUMANA Spain and its NGO assignements, for corporate and above all for personal projects. I’m also part of IRIS Collectif, in France, with two photographers, in a pursuit for documenting personal stories all over the globe.
Nowadays I live between Barcelona, Lyon and Milano, in a “golden triangle”
for professional photography an creative life.
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