I was born in Panama but in 1998 I left and started traveling around the world, Living in Latin america and then Europe I settled in New York city in 2005 where I graduated from NYU and started assisting the well known fashion photographer, Steven Klein, but It was while working with the style "guru" Colin Cowie that I realized it was time to venture out on my own.
I have my own vision of the world when I look behind the lens of my camera. Blurring the lines between nature and abstract, I'm able to go through the gamut of color, volume and texture creating images that are otherworldly. My proclivity towards this process is the key to understanding why my photography is so hypnotic and pleasant. I focus in translating organic objects and architectural details into bold, color-centric abstract works. Influenced by the principles of sacred geometry, I strive to create images that access our subconscious understanding of ratio and geometric forms, thereby enhancing our connection with the natural world
Documentaries from Panama, Paris, Tokyo, New York and Spain reflect my experiences, as well as the way I love to think about life, art and the world.
I've had exhibitions in New York at the Jacob Javits Center, Inventory, and Bogardus Mansion in Paris at La Maison des Etats-Unis in Tokyo at Cassina. In Seville and Madrid at Casa de Las Americas, Beirut and in Florida at the Interlachen Gallery in Winter Park; I also published two monographic books, “Dimensions” and “Visual Vibrations”.
Clients include art collectors and personalities such as Bill Clinton, Pele, Colin Cowie, Samuel Botero, Dr. Phil and Thom Filicia.
I believe in giving back and doing charity work That's why I'm involved in many non-profit organizations like United Cerebral Pasly of NY ( UCP), Real Beauty Real Women. I also supports other charitable organizations such as Icazu and the American Parkinson Disease Association.