"On a travel trip, he only needed a few months as a lawyer to realize that it was not his thing. Camera in hand, he continued to travel and did work for Nomad Goods in California; produced Baik Hati, a documentary about life and surf in Indonesia... and documented The Water Van Project, along with three of his great friends, with whom he travelled Latin America in an RV during the 2016, providing water-purifying filters to more than 15,000 people in disadvantaged communities , and surfing the Pacific coast. A documentary and a photographic book about the project will soon be created. Currently lives in Barcelona, here he has started a new project, Lunartic Productions, with his great friend Eduardo Ezequiel, with whom he has come together to make his dream come true; join work and passion. He believes that "Life is too big to separate it from work." He is the official photographer of the team of TEDx Gracia and collaborates writing in magazines like Surfer Rule. (I could help you guys to start writing there if you would like to...) Chechu believes that the little moments are what make life great. His future? to collect those moments."