His film work includes 22 years behind filmmakers’ gazes, movie cameras, screenplays, the creation of stories and characters, the discovery of places with formidable cultures and worldviews — all of which enabled him to produce and co-produce 32 documentaries and 25 feature films for the silver screen, and also to write five film scripts. His filmography includes titles like ‘No one Writes to the Colonel’ (Arturo Ripstein, 1999), ‘The Waiting List’ (Juan Carlos Tabío, 2000), ‘Such is Life’ (Arturo Ripstein, 2000), ‘Nobody Knows Anybody’ (Mateo Gil, 1999), ‘Secrets of the Heart’ (Montxo Armendáriz, 1999), ‘Between Your Legs’ (Manuel Gómez Pereira, 1999), ‘No News from God’ (Agustín Díaz Yanes, 2001), ‘Valentin’ (Alejandro Agresti, 2002), ‘Les Gens honnêtes vivent en France’ (Bob Decout, 2005) or the TV series ‘Les Symptômes de l’amour’ (Liliane de Kermadec, 2000), among others. He has worked with actors like Bernadette Lafont, Victoria Abril, Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz, Marisa Paredes, Fanny Ardant, Jean Rochefort or Gael García Bernal, and his films have been screened and awarded at festivals like Cannes, Venice, Berlin, San Sebastian, Toronto, Shanghai, Havana or Sundance. As a contemporary artist, he has been exhibiting his work since 2010 in cities like Bogotá, Cartagena, Paris, Medellín and Madrid. His photography exhibitions include ‘The Colors of Cartagena’ (2012), ‘La mirada del silencio’ (2015), ‘La maleta de los iPhone fotos’ (2015) or ‘La esencia del disparate’ (2017).