Project "Homeland"

Just to finish what I started two blog posts ago, this is the last one explaining the three projects you can explore in my website, “Homeland”. As the title indicates, in this collection I document urban life in my country, Spain. From the three series, “Homeland” is the purest Street photographic style, showing the people I encounter every day practising their daily routines inside the cities environments.

Humans are interested in what other human beings do, especially in cultures that are totally different. That’s one of the reason I love Street Photography. I don’t interact with the people I photograph and I try to catch my subjects in a spontaneous way, them being completely oblivious of myself and my camera. I would like to follow the steps of the first street photographers of the XX century like Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louis Faurer or Robert Frank, whose work documenting urban life is the cornerstone of every photojournalist, street and documentary photographer around the world.

All of these projects I have been writing about are still on-going, and probably they will for a long time as I travel across the world and in my own and beautiful country, adding new work from time to time, so keep your eyes open for my projects’ updates, which will always be announce in my social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

"For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity" - Henri Cartier-Bresson