I studied Journalism because I wanted to learn how to write, a bit later Advertising because I was interested in learning the best ways of broadcasting a message and then I did a Master Degree in 3D Animation because, well, I love telling stories.
Along the way, I have gone through various media such as Cinco Días Newspaper, El Mundo Newspaper, Cadena SER Radio, the advertising agency Publicis or the National Institute of Educational Technology and Teacher Education, of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
These last two years (2013-2015), I’ve been working as a freelancer telling stories through infographics and other designs, for Jobs & Sons / The Lab Media, Hotwire PR Spain, Ipsos España, Peidro Comunication, Weblogs or Lewis PR Spain, among others.
And I am also one of the co-founders and co-administrators of the infographics webpage Sin Guías.
I like facing challenges, learning as much as possible from them and, in the process, meeting people, cultures and having new experiences. In 2014, one of the biggest adventures of my life started: being a ‘Becario La Caixa‘. That year, I was awarded one scholarship of Fundación La Caixa that sponsored me to study at North America. What was the Master of Fine Arts chosen? Information Design and Visualization at Northeastern University. New languages to learn, new ways of communication… New challenges to face.
Right now, I work as a Data Visualization Specialist at the MIT Senseable City Lab, in Cambridge (MA, USA). My job is to develop data visualizations that help my colleagues in their research process and communicate the results of the lab´s projects to a general public.
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