I worked as a reporter and photojournalist in some print media in Mexico City until I started my first steps in the field of culture and art through the creation of the multidisciplinary collective “Crónica Urbe”. In 2005, I began to work in the field of educational communication, particularly in environmental education issues in rural and indigenous communities in the Mexican states of Oaxaca, Puebla, Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosí, both in civic organizations and for the federal government.
I currently live in Frenchtown, New Jersey, USA, where I develop various personal projects based on the search and experimentation of various plastic or aesthetic possibilities such as painting, engraving, sculpture and mixed techniques, since 2012, all from the photographic record and sensory experiences of my natural environment and personal conceptualization of humanity and its interaction with the natural environment.
In 2017, I independently published the photo essay “Wishpers and Silence of Frenchtown”, which has become a permanent project as a visual and sensory journal.
In recent years, nature photography has become the basis of my work with the purpose of sharing and generating greater awareness about the value of the natural resources that surround us and feed us in various ways.
At the end of the day, it is about creating memories, building day after day an endless cellar called life and filling it with memories.