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"The natural world has always intrigued me, although, nowadays I would say that it has captivated me".


I decided to pursue my professional career as an ecologist in Ecuador and developed my academic skills with a Masters degree in Environmental Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia. 

Parallel to my professional development, my interest as a photographer grew. This career started one December 25, 2010, when my father surprised me with a beginner DSLR camera as a Christmas present one month before jumping into the most amazing place for learning nature photography, Ecuador´s nature charms, the Galapagos Islands. Since this mind-blowing experience, I developed a special interest in wildlife, outdoors and cultural photography of my beautiful country, with an ambitious vision of finding the unruly places of the world. I spent almost 2 years working as a manager in a biological research station located in one of the most pristine and wildest spots on Earth, the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest. This experience nurtured my interest in wildlife and nature photography.


Since then, I have dove in new horizons all over the world in the last couple of years. Being in outstanding places like the breathtaking Great Barrier Reef in Australia all the way up to the purified peaks of the Himalayas in Nepal, and into the deepness of the Malaysian Borneo Old stand forest searching for wild Orangutans. Even though nature is my main interest; it is impossible to put aside the beauty of human culture in places where people have deeply attached behaviors with their natural surrounding.


The ultimate purpose of my photography rely on, not only capturing a specific object but, to manifest a strong representation of the undermined natural world with just a fast stop of the time and demonstrate stunning details with photography.   


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