(Tortosa, Catalonia, 1982). Since I passed my journalism degree at Barcelona University I have tried many fields of journalism. I have worked in the press, on the radio and also on television, a bit of everything, as if I wanted to confirm that I was a ‘Jack-of-all-trades’, like people called me when I was young.
I like the country where I live, its history too and consequently in recent years I have been working as a journalist for Descobrir Catalunya travel magazine and Sàpiens history magazine, publications I am still working for as a contributor. In 2009 I obtained a Master Degree in Creative Documentary (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) and this is the field where I am now investing a large part of my time. The documentary is an ambiguous format —just at the half-way point between journalism and cinema— that allows me to explain those kind of stories too often forgotten by media conditioned by the ‘now and here’
Before being a journalist, I worked as a kitchen porter in a restaurant in Bray (Irland) and I became a chef —with a toque (traditional hat) included— in a hotel in Braemar (Scotland). I improved my English in the neighbourhood of Leith in Edinburgh and I learnt French in Le Puy-en-Velay, in the Central France Massif. Between August 2013 and December 2014, I lived in Edinburgh in order to write articles about the road to the referendum for the independence of Scotland celebrated on September 18th 2014. Because I love travelling, I feel privileged to be a journalist, a profession that has allowed me to visit the Sahara, Senegal, Syria and Bosnia among other places.