Got a camera for YouTube vlogging

Got a camera for YouTube vlogging

Lately I’ve been hooked on watching YouTube daily vloggers and got inspired to try out vlogging myself. Daily vlogging is the real “reality TV”: mostly unscripted, casual and voyeuristic. Video is definitely something new for me but very appealing as...
How I photographed the Pope in Mexico city

How I photographed the Pope in Mexico city

I’m not religious, but when a celebrity like the Pope visits your city, it is a historical event. Even more so when it passes a block away from my house every day during his visit. So I took the lifetime opportunity of being nearby the big event for the mostly...
A Saturday ballet class

A Saturday ballet class

These are some images I took a long time ago, but I had forgotten to edit and release them. I can’t believe how many times this happens: I go out on a photoshoot (unpaid), come back home, save and backup all RAW files, and forgetting about editing them to...
Mexico Independence day in Coyoacan

Mexico Independence day in Coyoacan

There photos were not taken this year. I’ve wanted to share these images I took last year but by the time I got to edit the RAW files, it was around November, so it would feel weird to post September’s Mexico Independence day photos very close to Christmas...
Ballet Class

Ballet Class

A few months ago I attended the open ballet class of cuban teacher Chery, a legend in the cuban school of ballet. It was interesting to watch her way of teaching and correcting students. Also I admire her passion and energy of still touring the world to give lectures...
Teotihuacan pyramids in Mexico

Teotihuacan pyramids in Mexico

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’ve lived in Mexico almost all of my life (except for one year) and I had never seen any of the pyramids we have. I felt like I was a “bad” mexican or “incomplete” mexican by not knowing these amazing...