The central body of my projects has been articulated around the study of the city and the landscape. The different lines of research that I have followed over the last few years have led me to explore the relationships that are established between space and society. Our traces, the traces, which do not explain the places, the boundaries between the public and the private, the emptiness and solitude in the contemporary city, the impact of the crisis on the daily landscape or the transformation of territory caused by growth of the society.

For some years, I have been tracking mainly spaces in fragile areas where the landscape has undergone serious transformations due to the very growth of civilization, for urban, political, tourist reasons or all of them at the same time. I am interested in documenting how this landscape has been and the causes that have led it to the place where it is located, so that I activate a criticism of the permissive policies that have led these territories to the way they are today, On the other hand what will be his future.

I am interested in concepts such as memory, fragility, impossibility, perception, experience, failure, tension or experimentation with which I articulate my projects.

Influenced by the work of authors such as Fox Talbot, Eugene Atget, Stephen Shore, Andy Goldsworthy, Richard Long, Edward Burtynsky or Bern and Hilla Becher and their successors Candida Höfer or Andreas Gursky, my works navigate between documentation, as an exact representation of a Place, and the experimentation of that more emotional in relation to the photographed space.