Visual storyteller and Photojournalist // Born in 1985 // Buenos Aires, Latin-America and paris // former architect and anthropologist
From my years as a dancer, I keep a love for bodies, its expressions and movements. As an architect, a special interest in spaces and territories, whether they are intimate or shared. From my anthropological experiences, a passion for subjects often invisible to the naked eye and long period of work.
As a self-taught photographer in my beginnings, I finally graduated in photojournalism from ARGRA Escuela in Buenos Aires (Association of Graphic Reporters of Argentina) and Specialization in documentary photography from the University of Buenos Aires and I’ve received a scholarship from the Foundation Pedro Meyer and World Press Photo to follow the program ” Fotonarrativa y Nuevos Medios” in Mexico.
I photograph what I live rather than what I see, in total immersion in the heart of territories or stories that interrogate me. My work revolves around questions and territories that cross me personally, connected with current societal problems around identity, migration, empowerment and territory with a transdisciplinary approach. Talk about actuality but on a longer time or to bring other lights. My photographic practice goes beyond the mere creation of images. I worked with collectives Ojo de Pez and Compromiso Fotografico (AR) giving workshops of photojournalism in the underprivileged neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and Paroles de Photographe (FR) and as a teacher in several schools. I also like to reflect and experiment with the modes of post-production and diffusion of the image, from “photobooks” to installation in the public space like my first photobook “Ritos al ras del futuro”, on the social movements stemming from the Argentinian crisis of 2001.