The fascination of the human anatomy is an unassailable trait of modern man. Our bodies are bound by the connectivity between reason and form. My work as a photographer attempts precisely to frame the human form, the human condition and the nuances of the quotidian in visual aphorisms that make us think, feel or simply smile.These displays of visual narratives are injected by my experience as a professional physical actor. I studied at L’École Internationale de Mimodrame Marcel Marceau in Paris in 2004. Marceau was a mentor and an inspiration, and a photographer (in his own way) of the human body.
Visiting many corners of Europe was also an inspiration to venture into visual arts. I performed in Russia,Israel,Spain,NewYork and my native Puerto Rico,and along the way I collected photos that later became part of my portfolio.This anthropological style of photography evolved into photojournalism. In 2008, I became the arts and culture photographer for Metro San Juan, an English language publication and later had the privilege to work with the French fashion photographer Pascal Fontana, on national ad campaigns. Among the accolades I have received are several awards at the FotoMaratón competition in 2007 of the Caguas municipality in Puerto Rico.
What drives my style of imagery is the transparent portrayal of the truth in its most detailed manner to draw the sensibility out of even the most perfunctory moments in time.