In 1996 he began studying photography at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and graduated with a degree in “Image and Sound Designer”. In 2001, after finishing his studies, he based himself in Barcelona and worked for a feature films company as an Avid Adrenaline HD editor. In 2005, he postgraduated with a degree in “Video Art and Performing Arts Application” at Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona (MACBA) and the University Ramon LLul. He is interested in issues like inmigration, refugees, human rights and conflicts. His work had been publish on newspapers like Frankfurter Allgemeine, Página 12, Deia, Berria and magazines like Nuestro Tiempo, Mucho Viaje y Brasil Atual.
A Bedouin girl plays in a house for pigeons.
Bedouin house built with materials found in the trash in front on Ma'aleh Adumim settlement.
A Bedouin family gathered at home, in front of the Jewish settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim.
A Bedouin child plays in the care of his grandmother in a Bedouin home, in front of Ma’aleh Adumim settlement.
A Bedouin woman peeks through the door, opposite the sofas, the only furniture inside the house. Their lifestyle is very poor, without access to safe drinking water. They only have electricity a couple of hours at night provided by a generator that only some Bedouin communities have. The Palestinian Authority can not provide basic services, nor the government of Israel.
A Bedouin house situated in front of the Jewish settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim.
A skateboard serves as support for a wall of a Bedouin family's house. The materials used to build their houses are precarious and often taken out of the waste.
A Bedouin community in danger of expulsion in front Ma'aleh Adumim settlement.
A Bedouin girl plays with her bike in this Bedouin community, in the background is the Ma'aleh Adumim settlement
A young Bedouin girl looks the goats. They have to stock up on food.
A young Bedouin stands in the door of her house. She is responsible for doing household chores like preparing food, caring for animals and looking after children.
Mother with her daughter in front of fireplace at home in front of the settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim. Women tend to marry very young, it is quite normal even marry before age 18.
Hands of a Bedouin woman with her son. Women tend to marry very young, it is quite normal even marry before age 18.
Bedouin woman at home in front of the settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim. The house inside is extremely broad, lacks mostly of furniture and heated with a wood stove that stays in the middle. Most women stay at home taking care of the children while their husbands are at work.
Bedouin House constructed of wood, metal and plastic. Contrary to what may seem the Bedouin house heated by a wood stove in its center and protects perfectly from the cold, wind and rain.
The Bedouins derive their livelihood from raising goats and sheep, where they get meat and milk they use in their food.
Bedouin houses in the E-1 where the government of Israel announced new settlement construction the day after being accepted Palestine as a no member state in the UN.
Bedouin settlement in front of the settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim. You can see the contrast between the two communities and the closeness between them. Most of the men working in the Bedouin settlement of Bedouin settlements in front of the settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim settlement
A Bedouin family living in front the settlement Ma'aleh Adumim arrive at home. as Israeli authorities recently approved plans to build more settlement units in an area known as E1, which links Jerusalem with Ma’aleh Adumim, these families are in danger of expulsion.
Palestinians protest Israeli Military action in Gaza in a neighborhood of Beit jala, West Bank.
Palestinians protest Israeli military action in Gaza in a neighborhood of Beit Jala, West Bank.
Palestinians protest military action in Gaza in a neighborhood of Beit Jala, West Bank.
A Palestinian looks on as tear gas thrown by Israeli military fills the streets to ward off protesters.
A Palestinian runs off the effects of tear gas thrown by military Isrealis.
A Palestinian throws sand on a tear gas canister, launched by the Israeli military, to stop the smoke
Demostraciones contra Israel en Belén, West Bank
Palestinian kid with stones in front of the control tower on Belén`s wall , West Bank
A group of Palestinians throwing stones and burning tires in front of the "security fence" control tower enclosing Beit Jala and Bethlehem, West Bank
A Palestinian boy walks in the smoke of tear gas launched by the Israeli military.
Un niño palestino camina entre el humo de los gases lacrimogenos lanzados por los militares Israelies
A group of Palestinians throwing stones and burning tires in a control tower in Beit Jala, West Bank.
Demonstrations against Israel near the Belen Wall, West Bank
Rockets signals in the air, sent from the iron dome to target the rockets that are coming from Gaza.
Military Truck on its way to the borders.
The house of Roni is completely empty. Her family of two daughters and her gradsons was sent far away from rockets, for their own safety.
Bunker on Roni Keidar`s house near Gaza border.
Couple of boxes of gas masks in the shelter of Roni Keidar's House.
Every time the "Red Color" alarm sets off in the neighborhood, warning of a rocket sent from Gaza to the area, the couple have 15 seconds to hide in the shelter. A rocket crashed onto the house roof three weeks ago.
Roni Keidar in her living room. While we were doing the interview, the sounds of bombing in Gaza made the house shakes every minute, and we heard the israeli alarm "Red Color" sound almost every 20 minutes. When we hear the alarm, we have 15 seconds to hide in the shelter.
Roni Keidar, the worker at the Israeli organization "The Other Voice", shows us a message of a friend from Gaza.
Demostrator with flag on Gran Via the las Corts Catalans.