Peter Granadillo was born in Caracas, Venezuela. His childhood, youth and early adulthood passed without any particular interestin photography. 26 years later, in 1999 he began to travel alone discovering landscapes, cultures, cities and the struggles of its inhabitants. The impact of these experiences led him to buy his first analog camera a couple of years later.
They would spend seven years playing with all kinds of cameras, lenses, looking for tutorials on the internet ... in short, what do everyone who starts in this world, until driven by his wife Oralis decide to study photography in a formal way. It was RobertoMata's School that allowed him to move from having a passionate hobbie to a race behind the lens.
His interest in photography has matured and found his great love: documentary photography and the great impact that this can generate.
Peter has participated in various documentary projects in Venezuela and Quito, where he currently resides and in which he is working hand in hand with two Franco-Ecuadorian foundations of the city of Quito, teaching workshops to children and covering events related to the social inclusion.
They say that the eyes are the window of the soul, so Peter seeks to capture moments that otherwise are lost between silence, wind and dust, and thus, with his images, try to fly to our heart and make us see small fragments Of stories worth telling.