When is the best time to photograph architecture?
"I think it is essential that the building is functioning; to see it functioning gives it meaning. It creates rhythms and produces photographs that interest me."
What's the best vantage point to photograph a building?
"I base myself in the position of the passers-by, so you can see what takes place in that particular street, or building, enriching the image with an additional layer of information."
How would you describe your technique?
"I like to photograph architecture as an invisible photojournalist, as if it were for an editorial piece. I show the reality of the place, including whoever happens to be there by chance. Beyond showing the project's scale and form, people give the architecture life."
Who are your clients?
"What I photograph is very diversified: sometimes it's a house, hotel, or even a factory. My clients come from various areas linked to construction, planning, design and project dissemination. I also work on articles for magazines and books for international publishers."
How has your style changed?
"My style of shooting is the result of 30 years of taking pictures and has changed and adapted to new technology. However, one thing remains the same: the desire to take the perfect picture, one that brings together the essence of what I see."
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