Architect and Doctor in Architecture from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. He studied photography with Luis Poirot. His photography work focuses on architecture and portrait with analog plate camera. He currently teaches Design Studio III in the undergraduate program and electives on history and theory at the Doctoral program and the Urban Studies program. His photographs have been exhibited in places such as the
Sala Vitra and most recently at the Corporación Cultural de las Condes.
His professional work is a sensible approach with special emphasis on the constructive formulation of architecture. He also seeks to incorporate wood construction as an argument and ordering system in architecture.
His work as a professor aims to understand ephemeral architecture as a laboratory, a place for experimentation and the birthplace of ideas, as well as mayor pieces of architecture.
Translated from arquitectura.uc.cl