I never thought that it would become the most important thing in my life, I saw myself as a painter, a muralist, like the great Mexican muralists, Rivera, Siqueiros and Orozco. And I was for a while, painting opened the doors to worlds that only existed in my head, but destiny had another way. The photography. Immediately it was an almost natural, instantaneous connection, the experimentation became something of my day to day, it learns what it did badly and what it did well taking notes of everything, trial and error. I never had anyone to teach me or take the time to show me the correct technique, so I had to discover it by myself.
From an early age I discovered that traveling opens up the perspective of the world and its interaction among humans, and that is how I began to specialize in portrait photography. I have known paths that without the photography I would have never known, some of those roads controlled by drug cartels or organized crime. Each trip represents a series of risks and obstacles, which I have learned to overcome in one way or another, achieving in each trip my goal, to get the photographs I want. I have learned to trust my instinct, I have learned to know my limits and know how far it is sufficient, because you have to know how to be brave and not a fool