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He lives and works in the city of Oaxaca.

He received a degree in Communication Sciences and studied photography at the CFMAB, CaSa and the Image Center. He was a FOTOENSAYO 2012 Fellow, an initiative of the State Council for Culture and Arts of Hidalgo, in the same year he was a Fellow of the PECDA Stimulus Program for Artistic Creation and Development in Oaxaca, 2012.

In 2012, he is awarded a scholarship by the San Agustín Arts Center to attend the Contemporary Photography Seminary. He is also a scholarship holder to study the Visual Arts Diploma at the San Agustín Arts Center in the same year.

In 2013 his work was selected with the first place in the first Bienal Héctor García, in the category Photography Built with the project “Spaces down.” In that same year he is awarded the Roberto Villagraz scholarship by EFTI in Spain with the project “out there is nothing”. In the same year his work is part of the 10th “Paraty em foco”, photography festival in Brazil. He is also a finalist in the 2nd contemporary photography contest in Mexico.

In 2014, he is selected to participate in the 6th National Biennial Miradas de Artes Visuales in Tijuana. In that same year he is co-founder of the “411 Space photographic” a space dedicated to the diffusion and photographic education in the state of Oaxaca.

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 subsequently 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 and the collection of Allen Blevins, director of the Collection Of Bank of America Merill Lynch.