Everything happens just around the corner, the kisses, the break ups, farewells or unforeseen encounters with people you love or hate.
Madrid has a special light, no matter if it is spring, summer, fall or winter. Each season brings its shades of light, all you have to do is watch and see how places change as the hours pass
I like the dark-light, the brutal and fratricidal relationship between light and shadow, relentless war, intense and passionate.
My training as a photographer was conditioned by the best years of color slides, the use of Kodachrome 25 and 64 and the influence of many of the great photographers of the ’60s and ’70s determined my learning.
I grew as a photographer with the exuberant colors of these slides and the aesthetics of Pete Turner and Jay Maisel. The New Color of ’80 gave me the nuances and other narratives that are etched in me and I now use.
To have an idea, to develop it in an intenseve search to perform a visual history to show the viewer. To me these are the ingredients to develop photographic work.