Born in Buenos Aires, 26th February, 1968, Alejandro has a degree in Public Relations at Universidad de Morón.
He travelled extensively around the world and discovered a passion for photography that crystallized in Argentina when in Península Valdés, Patagonia, discovered that Puerto Pirámides was his dream place to live and the most inspiring scenery to shoot adventure and nature with his camera.
His photographs have been exhibited in centers of adventure and nature in Buenos Aires and Puerto Madryn (Argentina) and São Luis do Maranhão (Brazil).
His work in fauna and subaquatic pictures of the marine life, obtained in the past eight years in Península Valdés and other places in South America, have been requested by members of the scientific community in different parts of the world, for the study and identification of sea mammals: wales, toninas, dolphins, sea elephants and manatees.
His unconditional commitment to the preservation of nature and wild life has helped him to develop a sixth sense, an uncommon bond with nature, that allows him and his craft to work in a non intrusive manner.