Born and raised in Argentina, Pablo has been living in Miami Beach for over a decade. When asked about the reasons why, he will say it was his destiny. After a couple of unsuccessful attempts to follow traditional careers, he found out it was surrounded by nature where he would feel self-realized. Nothing else was needed.
Still, on his 33rd birthday, he reluctantly accepted a gift from his mother, a photographic camera. Even though he had no idea about how to operate it, the moment he hung it from his neck he had this strange feeling of belonging, he knew it was the beginning of a journey.
Without financial resources to fund a formal education in photography, he relied on whatever information he could find on the internet and in books. Gradually, he began to realize that photography could be a bridge between his inner vision and the outside world. It became an obsession, a drug. Influenced by his frequent lucid dreams, synchronicity, and other similar experiences, sometimes his photos attempt to show us this reality with a sense of something beyond it, of something surreal, magical. On other occasions we see an intention to reflect both the simplicity and complexity of the human experience, relationships, emotions. What seems to be behind all of them is the search for meaning. For the meaning of life, for the meaning of love.
He believes that photography can be used as a device to open up and expand our perception. He has gone even further and suggested the possibility that even the photographer could be being used by a greater power that intends to operate and manifest itself through us. Do you want to go further? Look at the pictures…