I inherited my interest in photography from my father, who gave me my first camera when I was 16 (a Minolta X 370, which I still have and use from time to time).
My passion for the art of capturing light led me to study Graphic Design at the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana in Mexico City. I also took as many classes, workshops and seminaries as possible to learn more about technique and visual expression.When I was in college, I had the opportunity to be included in a student project led by the photographer Owena Fogarty, which consisted in creating a photographic recollection of the carnaval tradition in some towns in Veracruz, México. This experience complemented my interest in photography and gave it a meaning, then I understood that each image is significant and has the great power of communicate.
The simple fact of capturing a moment or reveal what others do not know, express ideas, concepts, stops time, and summons any kind of feeling.
Maybe technology has simplified the process of photography, though the beauty of expression will always be in the eye of the photographer.
I'm looking forward to work, be creative, and have fun doing photography