1996, Tarragona, Spain. He graduated in Journalism at the Universitat Ramon Llull and a Photojournalism Postgraduate at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. His interest in the image began while studying photojournalism in the faculty,...
Instead of water flowing down, there is football. Some young people from Senegal enjoy a match every single day at 7pm (but Mondays), in the outskirts of Cuevas del Almanzora (Almeria), where is located the Almanzora, an almost completely dried-out river during its course due to droughts and agricultural industry practices. Several companies control the water coursing of this scarce land. Almeria. Cuevas del Almanzora, August 2020.
Felix, a 64-year-old retiree from El Paraje del Cabezo, poses in the kitchen of his house. “Despite my home being completely flooded, I consider myself lucky because I had the car in the repair shop”. Benferri, September 2019.
Burning car. Almeria is a land of special effects and art projects due to its environment: the only desert in Europe. In the photograph, an old BMW set on fire by the visual artist Ada Zielinska. San Juan de los Terreros, August 2020.
Door to aridity. The entrance to one of the greenhouse fields of southern Spain, also known as ‘Mar de Plástico’ (Sea of Plastic), in the province of Almeria. Around the vicinities of Adra gates hide, not just hectares of greenhouses, but dying lands affected by waste pollution and chemicals. Adra, December 2019.
In Tabernas, the only desert in Europe, are the authentic westerns scenarios, turned into a Mediterranean Theme Park. In the picture, an actor of Oasys MiniHollywood poses in front of a set. Tabernas, May 2019.
After Gota Fría, several workers take a car out of a destruction zone in Benferri. Hundreds of cars carried away by the flood currents were removed around meridional Spain. Some owners spotted their vehicles in other towns, some others even disappeared into the sea. Benferri, September 2019.