I’m a freelance journalist.
I jump from the text to the images, go back and go again. I write, I produce, I research.
I publish in media such as The New York Times, Gatopardo, La Jornada. I have been a correspondent for teleSUR and El Telégrafo. I’m one of the founders of Bocado.lat, where I am an editor.
I wrote the book Ayotzinapa, eternal hours (with three editions Ediciones B, Eduvim and Brigada para Leer en Libertad). I’m also co-author of the books Words like blows, like bullets. Infrarealist Chronicles (Hopscotch, 2019) and Let’s talk about your wall (The News Press, 2020).
With John Gibler and Daniela Rea, I researched for the documentary VIVOS, directed by Ai Wei Wei (2020); and I also worked on The Days of Ayotzinapa (Netflix, 2019) and Blood in the wall (National Geographic / Junger Quested, 2020). I researched and conducted the Mexico-United States chapter of the doc serie After War (Muzungu-teleSUR, 2019).
Amazon Rainforest Journalism Found Pulitzer Center - 2021
Premio 2019 National Journalism Prize of Mexico 2019 chronicle-narrative journalism category narrativo con el trabajo grupal Los Jornaleros Forenses
Mexico’s correspondent for the public Ecuatorian newspaper El Telégrafo
Journalist in the Mexican newspaper La Jornada (2012-2015)
Mexico’s correspondent for the public southamerican Channel TeleSUR (May 2012
to June 2014).
Coordinator of writers and writer in the multimedia web site of TeleSUR (January
to May 2012 and 2009-2012)
Journalist and auxiliar in the Mexican newspaper La Jornada. Sections World
(2004-2007), Gastronomy (2007-2008), Sports (2006-2011).
Writer of short news in the web site of Mexican newspaper La Jornada. Sections
World; Society and Justice; Science and Health; Migrations (2005-2006).
Graduate of Social Comunication, specialized in research and planning.
Universidad Nacional de CЧrdoba, Argentina, 2003.
Postgraduate in Human Rights for journalists. Universidad Iberoamericana, MОxico,