Art begins for me with an urgent need to transform and play with my physical surroundings. Trained as an artist and architect, I understand photography as a flexible and hybrid medium that allows me to address notions of space and place. I am deeply interested in surface and materiality, while exploring relationship between the three dimensional space and the flat surface. My images show everyday spaces and objects whose skin has been manipulated (in more aggressive or subtle ways) through a set of repeated interventions, such as sewing, crumpling up, reassembling, turning inside out, wrapping up, or by introducing unexpected and unbelonging materials. I hold a PhD in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid and an MFA Photo from RISD (09). I am currently lecturer in Photography and Color Theory at The University of Technology, Arts and Design in Madrid.