Born 1966 in Buenos Aires.Since 1995 he
lives in Hamburg as a freelance photographer.
Among others he worked for “11 Freunde”,
“Spiegel”, “pagina 12”, “Wiener Zeitung”.
Since 2000 he works as editorial photographer
for the Hamburg street paper “Hinz &
Kunzt”.Besides his socially committed coverages
which stand out because of their closeness
to the people pictured.
Thousands of people took part in peaceful protests in 263 cities in 43 countries to express their solidarity with the 30 people who were detained on a Greenpeace International ship by armed Russian security forces and imprisoned.
The Government of Germany held the annual conference for Latin American Day, Lateinamerika Verein’s, one of the leading events for to improve German-Latin American business relations.
More than 10,000 people demonstrated loudly in Hamburg against the asylum policy in Germany. Asylum seekers in Berlin, Munich and Hamburg are increasing their worries about their rights in Germany.
A protest against the Alliance Housing is held for a year-round supply of decent shelters.
It is reported that the German police inspected refugees from a Lampedusa group in the immigration office when arriving to the country. The initial concerns of illegal immigration where latter dissipated when the refugees were released.
Tenants in a Hamburg building were forced to leave their homes for two days as officials said a possible building collapse could occur.