I was born in Alcazarquivir (Morocco) in that winter of 1981, I began to study Hispanic Philology but without much effort, since what I really liked was the world of audiovisuals: experimenting with the camera, playing with light, tones and textures …

A few years after finishing my degree at university and from 2011 to 2014 I was trained in the audiovisual field in Rabat (Morocco), specializing in Camera and lighting and later in Video Editing for TV. During that time I also worked as a camera operator and, on occasions, as an editor, especially in areas of public institutions and NGOs.

In 2015 I decided to jump into the world of cinematographic narrative and thus I had the opportunity to move to Madrid to train in Film Photography Direction at one of the most prestigious film schools in Spain, Instituto del Cine de Madrid.

Shortly after finishing the course, I turned to small audiovisual projects that have helped to improve my work both quantitatively and qualitatively over the last few years. I was lucky enough to be responsible for the visual aesthetics of different audiovisual genres; short films, commercials, video-art, video clips, experimental … etc.

I consider myself a highly demanding person when deciding the visual aspect of a project. I always try to be constant, decisive, and decisive in the different stages of audiovisual creation, I also have a great facility to adapt to any condition both in pre-production and filming.

I was born in Alcazarquivir (Morocco) in that winter of 1981, I began to study Hispanic Philology but without much effort, since what I really liked was the world of audiovisuals: experimenting with the camera, playing with light, tones and textures …

A few years after finishing my degree at university and from 2011 to 2014 I was trained in the audiovisual field in Rabat (Morocco), specializing in Camera and lighting and later in Video Editing for TV. During that time I also worked as a camera operator and, on occasions, as an editor, especially in areas of public institutions and NGOs.

In 2015 I decided to jump into the world of cinematographic narrative and thus I had the opportunity to move to Madrid to train in Film Photography Direction at one of the most prestigious film schools in Spain, Instituto del Cine de Madrid.

Shortly after finishing the course, I turned to small audiovisual projects that have helped to improve my work both quantitatively and qualitatively over the last few years. I was lucky enough to be responsible for the visual aesthetics of different audiovisual genres; short films, commercials, video-art, video clips, experimental … etc.

I consider myself a highly demanding person when deciding the visual aspect of a project. I always try to be constant, decisive, and decisive in the different stages of audiovisual creation, I also have a great facility to adapt to any condition both in pre-production and filming.

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