Donde la luz se deshace (where the light falls apart). Humanist project, which respond to the need to see everyday life through photography, immediately, here and now; in my natural environment, my city, looking for people behind the black mantle that light produces on the streets of the city.
My attraction to cities, their people and the many different stories that take place on the streets have made this type of photography a fun and quite an obsessive part of my life.
Street Dialogues. These are apparently unrelated stories, spontaneous encounters, whimsical shapes, colors and textures that play, speak and intertwine, showing us a new and visual vision of the city of Almeria (Spain).
1 Ginostra, Italy, (2016) 2 Rome, Italy (2015) 3 Libreville, Gabon (2017) 4 Libreville, Gabon (2017)
Saigon Minimal. All the photos were taken in Saigon, old name of Ho Chi Minh, south Vietnam.
Everystreet. The street offers an infinite world of possibilities for photography. With these photos I try to capture my way of seeing the street and what happens in it.
Photographs taken in different cities such as Madrid and Donostia in Spain and Cartagena in Colombia trying to capture those everyday moments that generally go unnoticed.
Amrita. I try to see another possible reality, joining the place with the right person and the right action.
Untitled. Always, as Saint-Exupéry wrote, “the essential is invisible to the eyes”. Make visible the invisible essence of an instant. This thought could sum up what street photography is to me.
Street Photography Singles. Street photos.
The other city. In general, a street photographer will highlight the ability to capture the moment… but for me It’s a little bit different. These photographs are the final result of something that I consider much more valuable: the skill to capture “The Other City”.
Barcelona. Waiting for spring this year I spent 5 days in Barcelona in january. Unfortunately with only two sunny days…
La Calle es Nuestra. The Street Smells. It needs to be felt and touched. We feel the street and we drown ourselves in its singular nature, its people, its buildings, its suburbs, its wet walls, its rough bricks and reflections. We took the street. Street is Ours
A collection of images from 4 projects across Spain, Cuba, Mexico and around the UK.
Andalousian Contrastes. Escaping the Parisian tumults, I lived one year in Andalusia (South of Spain), in a secluded village between mountain and sea. I seized the opportunity to photograph the Seville, Cordoba and Malaga surroundings ferias and processions.
Moments. Hello. I´m Bambi. I am from Spain. Welcome to my pastel world. I like the 80s, the touch of velvet, the wrinkles in old people faces, getting lost in a city and candid portraits. I love capture unique characters of everyday life and the way that light and colors transform the city.
“Yuxta”. Juxtaposition is a rhetorical device that places two elements in close relationship for comparative purposes. Juxtaposition is a type of comparison. Typically, the two elements being juxtaposed have differences and the juxtaposition is meant to highlight contrasting effects.
Beach and Carnival. I live in a city with a large urban beach and fantastic carnivals, I like to show in my photos the life of people on the street and in these environments.
People tend to be funny and provoke humorous moments without being aware of it, sometimes they provoke funny situations, other times ironic situations, this is a small sample of it.
Night on Earth is the title of the film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch: a collection of five vignettes, taking place during the same night, in different cities of the world. This photographic work is a tribute to this film.