I am a Mexican Conservation photographer and animal rights’ activist. National Geographic Travel Photo Contest 2019 Nature First Place Winner. I studied at the Escuela Activa de Fotografía and Club Fotográfico de México and have been published on several occasions. On 2016, I was ranked among the 111 best photographs at the URBAN Photo Awards. I was a speaker at TEDxPolanco 2017 in Mexico City where I shared my vision about the importance of nature photography for conservation and sustainable ecotourism. I am also certified for handling wildlife by the International Wildlife Handlers organization and I have extensive experience in raptor rehabilitation and care. Right now, I am working on raising awareness about wildlife and nature conservation through photography, talks and conferences, and environmental education activities in Mexico and abroad. I also work with FaunAcción as the Director of Education department, One Protest-An Advocacy Organization and The Great Ape Project Mexico in regards to the Animal Rights movement. My ultimate goal is to raise awareness about the importance of protecting and saving nature and wildlife from disappearing from this world and to inspire people, from all backgrounds, to join the fight for life itself.