I am a photographer with an insatiable curiosity, following the footprint of different cultures and lifestyles around the world. My first photographs were taken with an analog camera at the age of 16 years, dabbling in nude photography and later on social themes. My experience of working in the laboratory and darkroom enabled me to reflect on what I had captured. This process was the basis of my first project. The photo essay at the Camp Peñalolen, that lasted 6 months, was the most important of my time as a student. In a short amount of time my photographic work would become a voyage that would change my lifestyle.
With a desire to bring, by means of photography, new opportunities to the communities that would recieve me, I saw tourism as a path for development for these communities that are becoming increasingly marginalised. Soon I was assigned photo projects to promote sustainable tourism in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Brazil and Ecuador, using different publishing platforms for travel in America and Europe, such as newspapers, advertising, books and magazines.