All the effort accumulated during this time made me travel to Melbourne (Australia) in 2011 and 2012 to photograph several Weddings in the other part of the world, something that I would never have achieved if it had not been for the desire to improve myself every time. I do a job.
Belonging to the WPJA “Wedding Photojournalist Association” of the United States, became the greatest recognition of a very specific work within the wide world of wedding reports, being in turn increased by also belonging to the ISPWP “International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers” and the European Association of Wedding Photojournalism (UnionWep).
A FEW WORDS ABOUT MEPLEASED TO MEET YOU
I am an unconventional wedding photographer rather than a war photographer, since my beginnings as a photojournalist go back to 1996, when I had the opportunity to accompany a Spanish Marine Infantry detachment to Bosnia and Herzegovina to document how they worked in the midst of the chaos of a conflict that devastated that country. After several months seeing how hard a war can be, I decided to change my vision of the world and show images full of joy and love, so now you have me in front of you.
My passion for photography comes from when I was a child, when I secretly “stole” my mother’s reflex camera. In this way he could practice and photograph everything he saw, imagining how he could manage to alter reality just by varying the camera controls, to the point of mastering it and obtaining the results that you can currently see on this website, although to get to this point I have had to work very hard, first in a self-taught way and then attending courses, workshops, workshops, traveling, more workshops, more workshops and traveling again.