Double Self in Violet

I am going to try to use this blog more. It feel weirder and weirder using Facebook and Instagram to post my work directly. I don’t really know what to think anymore. This is a photo made using only my iPhone. Post production and all. Art on the go. Got to love it! © CatalinaContinue reading “Double Self in Violet”

Percussionist in Red

Álvaro is part of the emerging music group I am photographing, and I chose him to be my guinea pig. 😉 All post-production was inspired by the ideas and comments of the band members about the visual aesthetics they want to give to the group. I hope they like my proposal. 🙂

Photoshoot Jam with a String Quartet

A couple of weeks ago I had the great pleasure to photograph a very talented string quartet. They are part of an emerging Video Game Music group, and I am thrilled to be part of their journey by photographing them. This is amazing and gorgeous violin player Tomoko. Thank you for the beautiful music. MoreContinue reading “Photoshoot Jam with a String Quartet”

Road’s End Farm

Last weekend I had the opportunity to escape the city and enjoy nature. Road’s End Farm is a place full of wonderful memories for some, and I got to see why by experiencing a fraction of what people can actually do there. This place offers summer camps for girls interested in riding horses, hiking, swimmingContinue reading “Road’s End Farm”

Everywhere Álvaro

I was going through a bunch of photos I have on my labtop, and I found this panorama I made during my first year at Nesop. I think it is kind of cool. It is a lot of fun making panoramas with funky stuff going on in them. 🙂 I am going to keep lookingContinue reading “Everywhere Álvaro”

The Colleen Project

These images are part of phase-number-one of The Colleen Project, as I am calling it since it was because of Colleen that I started it. I don’t really know how many phases there will be, but this project, if successful, will be part of a series of images born from itself, which means that itContinue reading “The Colleen Project”