In 1985 I moved back to Argentina with my family. During the first half of the decade I continued my work associated with Sygma. I nevertheless had the impression that I was stuck in a self repeating loop, doing the same picture over and over. The sensation that I was repeating myself and shooting in a “safe” mode: I was professional enough to deliver what was expected of me but did not go beyond that. In 1996 I decided then to accept the position fo Director of Photography at Clarin, the argentinian newspaper. I reshaped completely the photo department, incorporating...
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