It was my interest in photography and video what led me to leave Zaragoza five years ago to start studying Audiovisual Communication at the Complutense University, but my aspirations have always revolved around the Internet and communication. Currently, I work in Madrid as communication manager in a foundation.
In the last years, I have worked as a communication assistant in a startup and I have been trainee in the department of communication of a big company, always working on graphic design, webpage management and mailing. I have also managed the social networks of two commercial brands, and I designed the graphic line of B & B Casa Hamilton, in Edinburgh.
Occasionally, I write on blogs about literature, music and journalism. Besides, I have been writing my own blog for more than ten years and, most recently, I also post here.
I have always gotten along with computers. I have worked in GNU/Linux environments for eight years. I make use of the Internet and social networks daily, I know several content management systems, especially Wordpress, and I have basic knowledge of web development.
Regarding my audiovisual skills, I have been involved in several shootings, from planning to film editing, inside and outside the classroom. About assembling, I have worked with Adobe Premiere and Avid Media Composer. As for graphic design and editing images, I use almost daily Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and open-source image editor Gimp.
One of my big hobbies is traveling, and I have found in volunteering the best way to travel the world, learn and grow as a person. As for a local level, I have been colaborating with Solidarios para el Desarrollo in Madrid for three years.
Mujeres fuera de campo (2016)
Women Offscreen. Are women made invisible in Spanish history of cinema?
Script: Roberto Hernanz
Direction and production: Roberto Hernanz, José Luis Pacheco, Candela Mainar