Originally from Chiapas, studied Communications at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, at the same time that he began his career at Red Bull Mexico working in the areas of marketing and communication. Upon completion of his professional training, he directed for Red Bull, the first Mexican product in stereoscopic 3D for TV in the iconic competition “Baja 1000”.
As director and film photographer he has worked on video clips, TV commercials, TV series, documentaries, and short films. He has collaborated professionally with recognized companies, as well as with different international brands like Resistol, Red Bull, Vans, Televisa, National Geographic, etc. The pursuit of his personal development led him to create and photograph various audiovisual products with high social content (migrants, zapatismo, popular movements, etc).
In 2014 he was accepted to study in a masters program in filmmaking, within the recognized “American Film Institute” conservatory. In May of that year, he released his first featured film as director of photography, “Huicholes: The Last Peyote Guardians.”
“Participating in this film has been a great lesson in life and death, which I am very grateful to have.”