I am a self-taught photographer born in Buenos Aires in 1976. In 1994 I started photography with a camera my father lent me, an old German Zeiss Ikon Contaflex Super. It was completely manual operation, but had an image quality that was fantastic.

Since I was a child, my inclination has always been towards nature photography. Using large amounts of film, I photographed landscapes and animals in Cordoba, Argentina, although at that time, with quite poor results.

In the late 90s I started using an automatic Canon Rebel G SLR, property of my best friend. With it, I traveled through Florida in the USA, Costa Rica, Zimbabwe and the Argentine northeast, trying to improve my technique and photographic art.

In 2003 I switched from Canon to Nikon, with an F70 that responded excellently well. With this camera I photographed the Iberá region in Argentina, the city of Buenos Aires, the Spanish Costa del Sol, Madrid and some of the most important Andalusian national parks, like Sierra de Cazorla and Doñana.

The biggest leap was made by me with my acquisition of digital photography technology. In 2006 I moved to the DSLR format, which allowed me to practice and to improve by great leaps and bounds and speedily. In recent years I have photographed landscapes, fauna, flora and cultures of North America, South America, Africa and Asia.

In November of 2011, I was one of the winners of the” Canadian Wildlife Photography Of The Year Contest”. Competition organized by the prestigious Canadian Geographic Magazine. My photos was exposed in the Ottawa Natural History Museum during the summer of 2012.
In 2012 I'm honored again in the "World Views Photo Contest Canadian Geographic".