P R O J E C T S
B I O
Photography has been a constant in my life, a gift from my mother that blossomed into a lifelong passion. It's more than a career; it's a means to capture fleeting moments and preserve memories that words can't describe. My work serves as a personal archive, helping me document and remember the significant events in my life.
Professionally, I've had the privilege of contributing to The New York Times Style Magazine, where I've worked on diverse projects, including a feature on the 26 essential dishes in Mexico City. These experiences have sharpened my skills and deepened my understanding of storytelling through images.
In my photography, I aim to blend personal insights with universal themes, creating a visual narrative that resonates with a wider audience. Each image is a piece of a larger story, reflecting my journey as a photographer who values the power of visual storytelling.
My journey into the world of design began more recently, yet it has quickly become a significant part of my life. Design has opened my eyes to the profound impact that objects have on our daily experiences. While it might seem obvious, we often overlook the intricacies of the things around us. Designing an object from a mere idea has made me more aware of the processes behind creation – how things are made, their functionality, and their aesthetic appeal.
Photography has honed my skills in observation, particularly of people and their interactions with their surroundings. Design, on the other hand, has deepened my understanding of these environments themselves. It's a discipline that complements my photographic work, allowing me to appreciate and interpret the world from a more holistic perspective.