Journalist and documentary photographer. In the last years his work focused on social and environmental themes, especially documenting people and cultures in resistance, and the always more extensive reality of extractivism of raw materials (mining, oil extraction, logging, and deforestation) He was co-founder and editor of the journal Spleen Journal (a collective Latin American journalistic project). He got a grant to work at the Journalistic Clinic of the Mexican newspaper El Universal. He has also worked as a freelance journalist and photographer for different newspapers, news agencies, and magazines (SOPA-Image, Proceso, Cuartoscuro, Altäir Magazine, Vice México, Lento Magazine, among others). He won the Latin-American contest of documentary photography 2019 A handful of the earth of Cuartoscuro photojournalism magazine. He was the finalist of the Alexis Grant Foundation 2020 and was selected finalist in The Guardian Project 2021 for Documentary Photographers and Photojournalists by Lucie Foundation. Finalist of the 2020 Latin American Documentary Photography Contest, "Work and Days". He won an artistic residence (Me Sobra Barrio 2019) in The Image Center in Mexico City, the most important photography gallery in Mexico. He has exhibited his photographic work collectively at the Soumaya Museum (Mexico City), The Memory Museum (in Tlaxcala, Mexico), the French Federation by UNESCO (in Paris), among others.