PASSION FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Of course, there will always be those who only observe techniques, those who ask "how", while others of a more curious nature will ask "why".
Personally, I have always preferred inspiration over information.
(Man Ray, American photographer and artist)
I was born in the city of Córdoba, Argentina and am a professional photographer. But first, I graduated with a degree in International Relations. I lived in Hong Kong for almost 13 years. Using that impressive city as my base, I traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia. In addition, during those years I had the privilege of witnessing the transfer of the mythical British colony to its current rightful owner, the People’s Republic of China.
Currently, I specialize in travel, advertising/studio and wedding photography and some of my my images are marketed through image banks. I work as a freelance portrait, commercial, architectural and editorial oriented photographer, with great emphasis on advanced post production using Adobe Photoshop.
The images of my creative and artistic wedding reports can be appreciated in the section specially dedicated to weddings, where you can appreciate the quality of my work and hire me to portray your wedding anywhere in the world.
Occasionally, I write for travel magazines where I publish some of my experiences in other parts of the world, through words and images.
If you wish to purchase any of the images presented on this site or commission any specific work anywhere on the planet, you can contact me by email or by completing the contact form in the corresponding section. You can also purchase my photographs through the prestigious ALAMY image bank by clicking on the button below.
“You become a photographer when you have overcome the worries of learning and in your hands the camera becomes an extension of yourself. Then creativity begins.”
“There are no rules for good pictures, they’re just good pictures.”
“Photography, as we know, is not a real thing. It is an illusion of reality with which we create our own private world.”
“Photography is the art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and a lot to do with how you see them.”