My life journey, from Buenos Aires, where I grew up, to Europe, where I became a photographer, and now spending more and more time in Asia, have clearly influenced the way I look at the world and the condition of people around me.
I have always lived in big cities with a sizable floating population, people in the move searching for a new life, which naturally led me to empathise with their hopes and also the struggles they have to face.
I am interested in the trajectory that explains the human condition, the internal conflict, and the dynamic, and sometimes sad, story behind who and where we are now.
2016 - 10th Annual Black & White Spider Awards, 2015 - 8th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS
We are aware of the personal tragedies of migrants and refugees, travelling to Europe from Africa or the Middle East, risking everything, even their lives, to escape war and poverty. We watch them every day on TV, trekking the Balkans or crossing the Mediterranean in shabby boats, and those sad images represent this modern exodus in our minds. Very seldom we go further in search of the root that causes so much misery. The CNN syndrome, of intense coverage of a human drama and a conflict just for a few days, to be totally forgotten and replaced by another piece of Breaking News, clouds our understanding. We never see what happens after the migrants' arrival in Europe, besides some images of crowded refugee reception centers.