I was born a queer boy to a catholic family of South Spain in 1984. My father was a primary school teacher and my mum a cheeky and “salerosa” mother of six children.
Since I have memory, I always wanted to be an artist but I put that dream aside for awhile when society told me I could never live from it. However, inspired by video games I started my path as a Graphic Designer and working with Collage, increasingly seeking to work with my own material and eventually buying my first camera.
In 2009 I decided to move to London.
Through my work as a Photographer and Retoucher I've worked with brands like Givenchy, Solace, Filles a Papa, Patou and Edward Crutchley and had the pleasure to photograph talents like Bebe Rexha, Lewis Hamilton, Anitta, Pretty Much and LP. Also had my work featured on publications such as Dazed, ID, BBC, WWD, Schon, Attitude and Wonderland, to mention a few.
I'm passionate about human behaviour, mental health, equality, and queer movements and real life situations that become surreal. In a desire to be true to me and finding myself and my vision, my mind pushed me to capture fashion, still life and quotidian moments everywhere I go.