I consider all human beings are born as artists. Since I was a little kid, I entertained myself drawing and doing activities with my own hands. I was enthusiastic about carpentry and discovered the satisfaction of creating something out of nothing.


At fifteen, I started playing in a punk rock band. This experience caught me so much that I wanted to become a professional musician, but my parents thought differently and I did not insisted.


I studied a more conventional career, convincing myself that this would give me a better future. At this time, photography and painting were already a passion and a fundamental part of my life.

 

In order to give my professional career a more artistic turn, I studied a master’s degree in Graphic Design in Barcelona. Like music, I thought photography as a career, but instead I thought design would provide that security I had inherited.


Upon my return to Mexico, and with very few expectations, I applied for a vacancy as a photographer at a renowned hotel in the Riviera Maya. This job gave me the necessary knowledge to start a career as a wedding photographer, which I did for the following eight years.


Simultaneously, I began searching for my own style experimenting with photography in an artistic way. Weddings gave me experience on the technical side, while art gave me freedom to express myself.

 

My journey through the impressionist and abstract world began unexpectedly. One day, while walking with my camera, I accidentally pressed the shutter, generating an image full of color and movement. The result took me back to the  moment I was standing in front of a William Turner Painting at the Museo del Prado and I longed to paint like him.


This opened a door full of possibilities. Many times the results looked like oils and many other as watercolors. They moved me so much that I began to practice it consciously. Instead of finding myself painting with a brush, I was doing it through a camera. I was then attracted by the work of the great impressionists of the past, and started to study and admire them.

 

Art is freedom, it allows me to determine myself, get out of the conventional, break the rules, and find beauty and inspiration in what is not defined. My work is the personal reflection of a constant search for authenticity and to be different. It invites you to observe the world from an alternate perspective and fall in love with something more ethereal. 

ARTHOUSE GALLERY

Valle de Bravo

Santa María #126 Colonia Centro 51200

Individual

Exhibitions

TIME

2019 - DIECIOCHO ART GALLERY, PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO

EPHEMERAL WALKS

2018 - DIECIOCHO ART GALLERY, PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO

2018 - GALERÍE ART HUMMUS, PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO

SACLAK

2016 - SHERATON FOUR POINTS, CANCUN, MEXICO

VISIONS, LIGHTS AND SHADOWS

2015 - THE PUBLIC PLACE, PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO

BEYOND 5TH AVENUE

2013 - HACIENDA LOS AGAVES, AGS, MEXICO.

Collective

Exhibitions

“OPEN YOUR EYES”

2019 - RITZ CARLTON, CANCUN MEXICO.

MUESTRA DE ARTES VISUALES QUINTANA ROO

2015 - ARTPIECE “PERSPECTIVE”

VISIONS, LIGHTS AND SHADOWS 

2015 - MALAQUITA DESIGN, MIAMI, USA

2015 - HOTEL QUINTA MARGARITA, PLAYA DEL CARMEN MEXICO

Awards

&

Honours

“THE WALK”

2017 - NOMINEE FAPA AWARDS, LONDRES, UK

“THE QUITTING OF THE PALM TREE”

2016 - NOMINEE FAPA AWARDS, LONDRES, UK

“I DREAMT A WORLD”

2015 - 1ST PLACE - PREMIO MUNICIPAL DE ARTES

PLÁSTICAS Y FOTOGRAFÍA, SOLIDARIDAD, MEXICO

“AWARDS”

2015 - PUBLISHED IN COLOMBIAN BOOK

LA VUELTA AL MUNDO EN 80 BICICLETAS

“THE NEXT STEP”

2014 - 2ND PLACE - 7TH CONTEST ALLUSIVE TO THE DAY OF THE DEATH,

PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO