Stylist and art director from Caracas, Venezuela, living in London since the end of 2018.
After three years working on creative and commercial projects in Venezuela for brands and publications, I was awarded the LVMH Grand Prix Scholarship to study the MA Fashion Image Master at Central Saint Martins in London.
Currently, I work in the art direction department at Burberry, while I continue to carry out projects as a stylist and creative director for publications such as Vogue México, British Vogue, Vogue Italia, Atmos, Metal, Primary Paper and ODDA; and brands such as By Efrain Mogollon and Anciela.
Drawing influences from literature, film, art, and history, my work investigates and celebrates femininity and Latinidad. I draw inspiration from Latin American folklore, culture, mythology, literature, and art to explore themes of identity, memory, migration, and nostalgia.
Through my work, I want to raise awareness, support and create more opportunities for Latin Americans in London, a community that is rarely talked about or given visibility. In collaboration with immigrants and Latin American descendants, I honor my heritage, reimagining traditional food, clothing, and rituals.
I always seek to continue linked and creating in my land. The editorial “Venezuela, Te Amo” for Vogue México and “In Step” for Atmos (both made in Venezuela) celebrate the beauty and cultural diversity of the country, capturing everything from the rhythm of the joropo and local crafts to the culture of the misses.