Elisava School of Design in Barcelona, Spain, 2014, Master of Arts in Photography and Design
2013, Bachelor of Arts in Communication, IE University
I am an experimental filmmaker and photographer originally from Spain. I am currently based in Chicago where I work as a freelance retoucher and documenter, while keeping an active artistic practice. I grew up in Madrid, Spain but have lived in Germany, Switzerland and Italy. I graduated with an MFA in Photography from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I have a bachelor degree in Communication from IE University, Spain and master in Photography and Design from Elisava School of Design and Engineering, Barcelona, Spain. I have exhibited and screened work at Galería Mitte, Centro Comercial Las Arenas, Fundació Vila Casas in Barcelona and at the Nightingale Cinema, at Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery, and Expo Chicago Art Fair, all in Chicago, Illinois. My pieces Sexteto (Bad Girls Don’t Like Good Girls) and This is All You Need to Know have screened at Twisted Oyster Film Festival , ACS Gallery at the Zhou B. Art Center, Chicago, Il. In the light of that festival I have also led a workshop introducing middle school children to video art. I have also assisted video essayist and critic Kevin B. Lee with video editing and color correction of the film “Occupation” created in collaboration with the Chicago based “Fused Muse Ensemble”. I currently am a teaching artist assistant at Orozco Community School, in Chicago, within the in-school art program organized by the non-profit Changing Worlds. As of March 1st, 2017, I am part of the group show Fluctuating Identities, at Space in Art Gallery NY, Chelsea.
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