He lives and works in Chiapas.
He studied a degree in Communication at the Intercultural University of Chiapas. Since 2012, he studies photography at the Chiapas Art Gymnasium. He was the recipient of the scholarship to study the Fotonarrativa and new media at the Pedro Meyer Foundation granted by the World Press Photo Association in the period January-September 2014. Winner of the first place of the state contest “A look at my world” in the Cycle of youths Chiapas 2013. Creditor to different honorable mentions in the contest “Being deformed” Guadalajara, 2014. In the contest “AmamantArte” San Cristóbal de Las Casas 2013 and The state contest leaves a mark “Tuxtla Gutiérrez 2012.
His work has been selected in the Festivals “PARATY EM FOCO” in Brazil, “FOTOFESTIN”, UNAM, Federal District and FOTO13 in Tlaxcala Mexico. It has three individual exhibitions: Dolores without colors, 2012, Condensation of nostalgia, 2013 and Guardians of memory, 2014, and various collective exhibitions.
His gaze focuses on evoking constant losses and departures from the absence of his father and the dissolution of his family over time. He immerses himself in a journey where the darkness transits in a real and metaphorical way to explore the bond and the contact and somehow make it enduring. Over time he has built a relationship with the camera, where he transforms the act of a technical and reproductive management into the method of contact with life itself.
His work is part of the book and exhibition “Unveil and detonate. Photography in Mexico ca. 2015 “, curator of Hydra, project of the Center of the Image, Fundación Televisa, editorial RM, CENART. The book was published by the RM publisher in June 2015. The exhibition was inaugurated in Centro Centro Cibeles, Madrid, Spain, at the PHotoEspaña 2015 festival, showing from June 2 to August 31. He later appeared at the National Arts Center, Conaculta, Mexico City, from October 24, 2015 to January 22, 2016. His work is part of the collection of Fundación Televisa, the collection of Allen Blevins, director of the Collection Of Bank of America Merill Lynch, as well as other public and private collections.
In 2016, he was presented as an author to follow in the “One’s to watch” issue of the British Journal of Photography, being nominated by Ana Casas Broda and selected by the jury of this publication.