Bio

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1968. Alex studied graphic design at the University of Architecture of Buenos Aires. After a few years in the brand identity field, Alex moved to the advertising agency world where he worked at Savaglio/TBWA and Ogilvy & Mather.

In 2000, Alex moved to Toronto, Canada where he spent the next 11 years working as a creative for agencies such as Grey Worlwide, Saatchi & Saatchi, JWT, Y&R, Taxi, Juniper Park among others.

In 2011 a relocation to Miami, Florida, brought a new change in Alex's career. Always within the visual universe, this time photography.

His street photography style, based on capturing candid moments of everyday and turning them into captivating images, helped Alex work on different projects.

Since his recent start in the artistic world, Alex had the opportunity to exhibit his work at Toronto's Pearson International Airport and Lewis Arts Studio in Coconut Grove

Alex teaches photography workshops and the philosophy of "it's not about the camera" where he encourages participants to pay more attention to daily life and learn how to see in a more emotional than technical way.

Some of his workshops were performed in conjuction with the Art Center of South Florida and with Leica Store Miami.

2017 

Alex's work break into the french art gallery circuit, with exhibits of some of his projects at Sakura Gallery and Modus Art Gallery, both in Paris.

Some of my photography projects have been featured in many photo and design blogs, as well as newspapers and international magazines.

Toronto Star

Six Years Later (art magazine from Australia)

Froot.nl

Mymodernmet.com

Designyoutrust.com

Motoverso.com

Thephotobrogade.com

Darqroom.fr

Huffingtonpost.com