I am a believer in photography as a narrative that is capable of telling fictitious stories and real facts. Among all, the themes I am interested in revolve around the “lost person” and the “lost place” and I try to portray them from the inside, expressing my opinions and sensations. The issues that I have been working on in my career have to do with social and environmental concerns. The images that I choose in order to tell these stories have a very strong subjective load and they cannot be described as purely documentary, instead, they acquire strong authorial speeches. Every project I embark on dictates the aesthetic path and the way to approach it. For each new work I explore different narrative forms without fearing experiments. In the video-portrait Atemporal I search for the uncertainty of the people of Veracruz after finding out that their governor was a fugitive from justice.