Although along the years I have taken several courses and photography workshops (both in Spain and abroad), most of my training as a photographer comes through experience and self-taught. My great fondness for traveling and meeting different places, with its customs and people, has led me to focus my interests in the field of photojournalism, and go handheld camera to countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, Burma, India, Nepal, U.S.A., Cuba, Dominican Republic, Colombia, México, West Indies, France, Portugal, Italy, United Kingdom, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Spain, and some of them on several occasions.
Has been recently as a result of interest shown by some travel publications, which I decided to change my approach, acquiring a more professional one (see presentation). This began to bear fruit with some publications (view presentation):
Publication of some of my photographs in several numbers Lonely Planet magazine.- Publication of an extensive photographic report in the TRAVEL magazine, visually describing Burma's most sacred places, its traditions and its people.- Utilization of some of my photographs, which have served as the main motive for Lonely Planet conversation guide exhibitors.-
Regular collaboration with some photojournalism website, as Contributor photographer in various articles and reports of a social nature.-
In my facet of graphic designer I have made the design and production of catalogs and flyers for different companies, and as a web designer, I have created some web pages and blogs for different types of business, and have been involved with my work in the making of the website of a Travel Agency in Burma. You can see it at www.onewebdisseny.com.
Follow discovering feelings, places and emotions. Meeting new people immersed in their culture and customs. Learn and be enriched by each new experience that travelling provides... and capture it all through my photographs. This is my goal, and in it is focused my time, my interest and ... my passion.
“Life is not wrapped with a lace, but it is still a gift”