Natural history illustrator, wildlife lover and museum freak.
Currently based in Pyrinees, Spain.
My interest in wildlife came from an early age with the influence of my father.
During my university years I fed my passion by participating in several bird migration campaigns throughout Europe. In addition to my scientific interest it was an excuse to intimately experience nature and travel.
Art was something very present in my childhood, and I was always drawing in my free time. At University I realized that being an engineer was no longer my goal, so I packed my stuff, and applied to the prestigious arts school, l’Escola Massana in Barcelona. I spent two years there, then I studied botanical illustration at the Edinburgh Royal Botanical Gardens.
After my education, and having never travelled out of Europe before, I jumped on a unique opportunity to discover Kyrgyzstan. Finding myself riding a horse across a vast steppe in Central Asia afforded me new inspiration, and opened my mind to new forms of beauty,
Back in Catalonia, feeling a bit nomadic and reveling from my new insights about my global home, it was not long before new adventures started beckoning: Costa Rica, Morocco, Italy, Scotland, Norway, Iceland... and all around Spain.
Always looking for wildlife and new experiences to blow my mind.