Fernando is a Chilean civil mining engineer who dedicates his free time to photography and nature. He has traveled throughout his country taking landscape photographs through his adventures. He has been enjoying various mountain sports and outdoor activities for 10 years, looking for ways to share and live a natural experience. Fernando started with mountaineering, followed by enduro mountain biking. For him, photography is a means of communicating experiences towards people who enjoy images on social networks.
A year ago, he began to participate with photographs in the fourth edition of the book “The Eyes of the Condor” by the publisher Orca Chile. From this experience, he begins to formalize his dedication to photography, forming part of the team that contributes with photographic support and photographic tutoring from Orca Chile and Eye Candy Safari.
“Photography is a means of expression; it represents a language beyond words. It does not and will not have an expiration date, but it does have the ability to teleport the imagination through time and space to share feelings with those who observe it. It is for this reason that I take photographs, to share with you”