I am a Venezuelan photographer based in Miami, USA, since 2019.
I studied Interior Design and practiced it for years, but I have always been close to photography. I come from a family of photographers, mainly dedicated to portraiture, that had made photography part of me.
I have been doing documentary photography for around twelve years, and for the last ten years, I have been documenting my family life practically every day.
For years I had my eyes set on the street in photojournalism, but it was not until the beginning of 2019 that I could go out and do it. On second thought, that year, I dared to assume that this was what I wanted to do and went out to do it.
I am in full training and eager to learn and grow every day to continue to witness what happens in our environment, that daily routine that makes it a habit and normality, to make complaints, and to spread the voice of those who need it.
I like a lot to work on breaking news. The rush to run from one side to another to make it work excites me. But I also love to have the time to get involved in a story, to have time to go deep, and to be able to tell more about the people, their problems, or their achievements.
Since February 2019, I have worked for Getty Images, AFP, Bloomberg News, Anadolu Agency, El País, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and BBC Mundo.