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Bio

After studied advertising and communication at Jorge Tadeo Lozano Bogota University, Antonio moved to Miami in 2004, where he started working as photographer assistant, assisting photographers such as Kiko Ricote, Alexander Neumann, Billy Coleman.

One year later, he is in New York. There, he initiates his own photographic projects, starting by realizing a series of portraits shot in the streets, a kind of urban fashion report, through which he is making a portrait of new-yorker life and society.

Back in Bogota in 2006, he launched with Fernando Forero, their own studio, based within Mapa Teatro, an artistic center, whose building is a big and old French style house, in the center of Bogota, where numerous artists(evolving in various areas such as painting, sculpture, dramatic art, etc.) are in residency, producing and sharing their works.

In 2007, Antonio arrived in Barcelona. There he studied three years at IDEP, author photography and photographic project management.

Enjoying the works of Alberto Garcia Alix, Bindanh, Sarah Moon, he started to nourish a strong interest for old photography and the diverse photographic technics.
In 2010, while participating to a workshop organized by Atelier Retaguardia, where he learnt wet plate collodion technics, he met various artists with whom he soon started a collective called Dinou Dinou, acting as a laboratory, experimenting various photographic technics.

In the same time, Antonio works for Cristian di Stefano, and very quickly launched his own photographic studio, in D1, an open space in the center of Barcelona, where other professionals in visual arts work. Such as Dead Hamster specializing in 3D, compositing, special effects, and WebMedia marketing, specialized in webdesign.
His studio works mainly for new fashion designers, local eclectic and avant-garde shops and boutiques. Aside, he still go on with his own art projects.