I am originally from Madrid Spain but I have been living abroad since 2004, primarily in Dublin although I've spent 3 years in wonderful Lisbon. I moved to Aarhus in 2016, where I started a side photography project called Humans of Aarhus, in addition I'm the co-founder of Aarhus Makers, a platform cooperative for artists, designer and artisans from the city of Aarhus.

I’ve been addicted to Photography since I moved to Dublin in 2004 when I discovered this medium would allow me to communicate to the world in the way and the format I always wanted, with images - after all, I'm just a frustrated painter!

Over the past 15 years I have been trying to master this art, with successes and failures, learning from the masters and practicing this wonderful language that today has transformed forever the media landscape.

What you are seeing today is an attempt to be an independent Photographer, creating art and meaningful images for clients, friends and family.

I have always been influenced by street photography, urban landscapes, architecture, and only more recently I have put this focus on portraits.

I have a particular tendency to portrait people isolated in a specific moment, humans lost in instants that don’t exist anymore, scenes and places that showcase a void atmosphere with a slight sense of melancholy.

The photographs have been taken in different parts of the world, such as New York, Kyoto, Dublin and Lisbon, to name a few.

All prints are limited edition and printed on gallery quality paper or textile free of chemicals as I continue to experiment with different materials to complement a more traditional approach to prints.

Once the whole series is finally printed, the digital file will be erased, providing the owner with a limited edition and exclusive moment that won’t be ever reprinted or relived.

Photography gave me consistency and focus. Then life happened, and I've been lucky to be there to document the life I've been lucky enough to live.

A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.
— Diane Arbus