I firmly as a documentary photographer that the commitment and dedication can help change the unjust realities of this world, my desire and responsibility with human knowledge is to turn my photography in a vision of society in which we live. I have to discern the truth within the basic shape. I have to be an active part of the story as part of this society.
My photography has a clear philosophy:
constant and continuous work, a way of living and interacting with people and issues that I photograph honestly and they have to be a witness about the invisible injustices that must be eradicated.
Living with people that I photograph, give me a greater ability to find the images that better convey every moment and feeling. I strive to reach a compromise with my issues that go beyond documentary photography. I search of a deeper interaction, conscious of my responsibility towards the people and peoples who shared their lives with me.
Sincere in my search, I realize that there is no single reality, nor is there a single truth in many situations in life, but I move supported and confident in action of Human Rights.
(Torreblanca de los Caños, Sevilla. 1978)
Photographer and documentary filmmaker. His professional activity is related to the film industry for over 14 years. Operator, assistant or director of photography in spot, videoclips, TV shows, movies, or national and international documentaries, including: Norma Foster. David Trueba; Camino. Javier Fesser, The Devil’s Backbone. Guillermo del Toro; Lázaro de Tormes. Fernando Fernan Gomez, The Kingdom of Heaven. Ridley Scott, nobody knows anybody. Mateo Gil; Among Wolves. Gerardo Olivares.
Documentary filmmaker and contributor to social themes as Tindouf road to freedom, Sport and Cooperation Network Ngo and, or Breaking Barriers a documentary about quadriplegic in the German health system.
Is documenting projects in Asia, Africa, Central America, Europe, with the collaboration of NGOs like the Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, Red Sport and Cooperation, World Vision and published in national and international media, National Geographic, Colors Magazine, CNN, Foreign Policy, El País, Fisheye, Sunday Times, Yo Dona or The World (XL Weekly).
Co-founder of An Hua in order to publicize the forgotten conflicts that have no place in the media. My work now talk about topics like gangs that traffic in bodies, AIDS patients, abduction and recruitment of female soldiers, refugees of Tindouf, malaria and kala azar.
Since 2012 is member Cordon Press – Corbis.
Finalist XVI International Humanitarian Photography Award Luis Valtueña.
Winner 12th Photographic Forum Can Basté Scholarship.
Winner International Reveals Award.
OutonoFotográfico, Reveals Prize exhibition.
Xavier Miserach Photography Biennial, exhibition “Memory Books”
Photo exhibition “Ninja: Gold Rush in Mongolia” Photo Gallery FNAC. Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, La Coruna …
Photo exhibition “Memory Books” in Photo Gallery FNAC, Madrid, Barcelona, San Sebastian, La Coruna, Sevilla, Marbella and Alicante.
Visible Festival – “Transmongolian”.
Sestao Photo Festival – projection Memory Books.
Award Finalist Photo Spain Fisheye Human Rights 2010.
Human Rights Photo Exhibition Spain Fisheye.
Discoveries Finalist Photo Spain 2010
Published book “Memory Books”.
Projection Memory Books – The Ballad of the Cyclops.