I cover news, sports, politics and feature stories.
Some of my earliest memories of photography are leafing through Time, Newsweek and National Geographic at an early age.
I taught myself to shoot pictures and took a printing course whilst studying in Gijon, northwest Spain, for my business and Spanish degree. The subject matter of my university course was so dull that I yearned for something more creative.
At the photography school in Gijon, we were each given a 12-frame roll of film and asked to shoot one picture for each of 12 named themes. That taught me to think before pressing the button.
Many assignments have left a big impression on me. There are too many to name just one.
I like shooting human stories where there are no barriers between the photographer and the subject matter.
Professionally, I respect many of my colleagues at Reuters. I’m proud to work alongside some of the most talented photographers in the world.