After graduating and worked in finance for several years in Spain I moved to London in 2001. My interest for social issues and passion for photography took me to study a degree in Photojournalism in 2004.
In 2007 I visited the Western Sahara refugee camps of Tindouf (Algeria) where I documented daily life of women and children. The year after my visit to Western Sahara I started documenting gypsy and traveller communities. My early work focused on traditions, festivities and rituals, which took me to France, England and Spain. This work developed into a deeper understanding of their culture but also awareness of their social exclusion as minority groups.
In 2008-2010 I received training as an Art Facilitator. Since then I have created and delivered artistic and educational workshops in schools and community centres.
I am currently based in London where I combine my work as a photographer for newspapers with the design and collaboration in multimedia projects.
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