... what can I say about me?
I was born in Argentina and, through my grandfather, I got the passion for photography. I studied Photography in the Media and did all sort of seminars, workshops and specializations in photojournalism and documentary photography. Luck, Karma, God or Destiny (whatever you believe in) made me move to California where I had the best experience I had so far, to work for the Ansel Adams Gallery at the same time as doing my own personal project on illegal immigrants working in the fields of Salinas.
Since I arrived in Dublin I have been very busy following my two life ambitions: creating a non-profit organization to help children in poverty in Argentina (www.kids-argentina.org) and continuing with that inseparable part of me that is Photography and continues to be my passion so many years later.
I have taken part in art exhibitions and worked on various photographic projects and fullfilled several photographic trips.
ISET ex students exhibition - National University of Rosario (Argentina) - 2001
Photographers United - Group Exhibition in aid of K.I.D.S. charity - Odessa Club, Dublin 2007
Splash Art Festival - Back Loft - Dublin 2010
On going exhibition in Sherries Cafe Bar (Dublin 1) - 2010 to 2013
Artists United in aid of Gosia - charity exhibition - Centre for creative practices (Dublin 2) - 2010
On going exhibition in Bondiola Argentina Cafe Bar (Dublin 4) - 2011 to present
60 Years – Stories of Survival and Safe Haven - Group Exhibition in aid of UNHCR at CHQ (Dublin 1) - July 2011. This show is also part of the PhotoIreland festival 2011 -
2012 - working on curating a number of exhibitions for other photographers and collectives.
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Currently working on submitting a proposal for the Irish Arts Council. This work would encompass three main areas of passion and interest: Photography, Literature and Tourism.