I am a freelance photographer based in London. My work ranges from editorial photography to PR events and personal projects that deal with social justice and culture through stories and intimate portraits. 


My work has been published in a number of international media including: 

Financial Times, BBC news, Elle (UK), DW, Telegraph Magazine, Yale University Press, Middle East Eye, The Irish News, Socialist Worker (UK);  El País, El Diario, Público, Contexto, El Confidencial, La Vanguardia newspaper & Magazine, Yo Dona, (Spain); Yahoo, Fyrahundrafemtio (Sweden); D la Repubblica delle donne (Italy); Que Pasa and El Desconcierto (Chile); amongst others.

Commercial commissions vary between charity campaigns and corporate photography and some of my clients are the London Transport Museum, Festelon, St Stephen's AIDS Trust, EastSide Educational Trust and the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.

I have exhibited at Amnesty International headquarters, the Topolski Gallery, Photofusion and the Cotton Centre in London and at Madrid-Barajas airport in Spain.

After graduating in Communication Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain), I worked as a journalist for online, television and printed media before moving to the UK where I studied Photojournalism at the London College of Communication. As well as producing visual material, I write articles and interviews about social, cultural and political issues.  


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