New Holland International Award for Photojournalism in 2013, the competition honours works that portray rural life and agricultural work in South America. First prize.
Photo reportage depicting the worst socio-economic crisis of the country in decades. The essay was based on portray images of the popular demonstration that occurred on a regular basis in 2002. First prize of Salon Portfolio competition and the series was exhibited at Museo Molino de Perez, Montevideo 2002. Film converted to digital.
The project documents the life of the inhabitants of a small community that lives in a small strait of land between the Atlantic Ocean and the Rocha.s Lagoon. The villagers almost only economic resource is their daily catch of fish in the lagoon. Film converted to digital.
Iemanjá is considered the Queen of the Ocean, the patron deity of the fishermen and the survivors of shipwrecks, the feminine principle of creation and the spirit of moonlight. In Montevideo, Iemanjá is celebrated every February 2, when thousands of people line up at dawn to leave their offerings at her shrine in the coast. Film converted to digital
The Uruguayan carnival is a long national tradition that celebrates the Afro-Uruguayan culture since 1865. The LLamadas is the climax of the local carnival, where different "comparsas" play the drums and dance to the music for two nights.
This projects documents the latest stages of the construction process of the community lead project in North London, where more than one hundred volunteers worked extremely hard from months to finalize the temple. It has been a great experience working on a project that is so intrinsically linked to the local community.