I was born in 1994 to Cuban immigrants in Miami, FL. Growing up in a city that singlehandedly combines some of the most interesting people alive with some of the most beautifully picturesque sceneries of the world, I was training my eye for aesthetics from a very early age.
I saved up to buy my first camera when I was a young and ambitious teenager. I taught myself the settings and invested in all the extra gadgetry. Soon, I was documenting stills varying from the idyllic nature of Miami’s famous ocean shore, to the bustling metropolitan destination that was Downtown, and even to the diverse and fascinating individuals that I felt needed to be captured in time.
When I turned 18, I moved to Tallahassee to attend Florida State University. I used my savings to purchase a more professional camera, and finally decided to turn this hobby into a career path.
4 years later, with the help of FSU’s Seminole Productions, WFSU-TV, Swatch Magazine, Matt Burke Photo, among many others, I gained experience in portrait, fashion, sports, promotional, and documentary photography and videography which is incorporated into photography. My professional development has encouraged me to travel and see the world—and I know that I am going to continue exploring and learning about all of it, capturing every step of my journey from behind my lens.
Southern Exposure Art Gallery
Spoil Me Trends
Tallahassee Watercolor Society
Matt Burke Photo
Ice Nine Kills
Fifth & Thomas