I am a Venezuelan born London based documentary photographer. Having been trained in methods of qualitative research, but naturally using the camera to visualize this, a passion for merging methods of social research with photography and videography was born, and through an MA in Photojournalism & Documentary Photography at the London College of Communication I was able to approach work from a more creative and conceptual, but also ethical stance. My main method of work is photography, but my practice does not limit to it I am open to working with different methods and techniques to represent and express my vision.
About my work
My projects range from straight documentary to conceptual and artist documenting. My work tends to be long-term projects focused on specific themes. The themes vary from project to project, I like exploring all sorts of subjects; however, my projects are similar in approach and form and my work comes from three particularly important interests; 1. My investigations into how we shape, perceive, and feel about the world around us; 2. My rooted long-time interest in the systems that support power structures; the contours of power and authority hid within and 3. Those things that are intangible and elusive, that cannot be perceived easily to the eye, but they are there and can be felt, evoked and transformed into something visible and palpable through tangible, physical attributes using photography in combination with other methods. My current interests lie in covering stories about the social and political uncertainty in Venezuela due to the current crisis.
LCC Postgraduate Shows: DYADIC, London College of Communication, University of Arts London, 2017