I was born in September 1986. Living in a time filled with still and moving images, since a young age I became interested in photography as an expression, seeking to share with others interesting matters.
I studied with Diego Ortiz Mugica, Eduardo Gil, and Alberto Goldestein. Also participated in artists workshops led by Fabiana Barreda, Guillermo Ueno, and Ernesto Ballesteros.
Encountering the limitations of still images, I started filming situations that would shine more by capturing their movement. I then resumed my education studying experimental film with Claudio Caldini, and film direction at Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires.
Tibet photographs at the auditorium of the Buenos Aires Latin American Art Museum (MALBA) in the context of HH Dalai Lama´s visit in 2006.
First solo exhibition at Fundación Alberto Elía - Mario Robirosa in 2008.
"Experimentaciones: 2 muestras/ 2 contextos" collective show organized by Itau Cultural at the Brazilian Embassy of Buenos Aires.
“Photographes de Buenos Aires”, a collective exhibition of Argentinean photographers in Galerie Beckel-Odille-Boïcos, Paris, France 2009.
"7 artists from the 7th floor" Argentinean artists show organized by Modo7 Gallery in Miami, USA 2009.
ArteBa. BsAs Photo. Exporastiendas. ArtMetz.
“Imágenes del Despertar” at the Decorative Arts Museum (Museo de Arte Decorativo) organized by the National Oriental Art Museum (MNAO) in 2010. Those photographs continued their way as a travelling exhibition in different cities of Uruguay.
Along with Big Sur Editions, in 2011 we printed “A Cielo Abierto” a small book of my photographs.
In 2012 I started to make a documentary film called Dreamlike Journey, which is in the final stages of postproduction. The movie is about a pilgrimage to India, Nepal, and Bhutan with a the Tibetan Lama Tsoknyi Rinpoche.