I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1973 and a year later my family and I moved to Caracas, Venezuela where I lived until the age of 17; thereafter I moved to the USA living all this time in NYC. It was during my early 20’s that I began to explore art and science in college pursuing a degree in biology, Anthropology as well as Liberal Arts. I participated in photographic activities, such as expositions, trade shows, and purchased my first digital Sony Mavica camera back in the late 1990’s. During a microscopy courses in I brought my camera to capture real time experimental results at a time when digital cameras were very unique. It was at this point that my passion for photography began because I was able to create unique compositions and memorable time pieces on the fly … And saving to a floppy disk!!
Years later I developed a professional career in Information Technology getting closer to software application, user interface and access to packages such as Adobe Photoshop, and the entire Adobe Creative Suite. This complemented my basic photographic skills and enhanced the end result of my compositions. Years later my focus on photography was inspired by many great professionals that constantly share their knowledge through books and videos. Among these are: Roberto Valenzuela, Ben Long, Chris Orwig, Sal Cincotta, Mark Wallace, Robert Scott Lym and many others. Also, sites like Adorama TV, CreativeLive and Lynda have been extremely influential to provide the content required to gain the technical expertise required for modern digital photography.
I am passionate about the human body and all the emotions that can captured with the lens. Controlling light and posing a subject are among the most important skills I am constantly improving upon, but at the end of the day it is capturing a unique moment, an emotion or a simple smile that satisfies my passion for photography.
My goal is to provide each an every client with unique crafts and time pieces that will last a lifetime. No job is too small and we respect every proposed requirement.