First, at the time, I wasn’t planning on devoting myself full-time to photography. I finished my studies in June 2001, and by September of that same year I was working 12-hour days. I worked for five years in finance and had little time for photography. In 2006 I discovered the medium and the sense of fulfillment a camera could offer me. That was when I decided to leave my job and take a year to study in Barcelona.
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