New York, Ny Usa
I was born in León and studied in Salamanca. Madrid made me a journalist and London made me a happy journalist. Then I worked as the New York correspondent of the Spanish daily 'El Mundo' (2011-2014) and I won the International Journalism Prize Gabriel García Márquez for my story on the impact of the 'Exxon Valdez' oil spill. Now I work as a freelance reporter and I am open to any proposals anywhere in the world. I have written two e-books: 'La carrera' and 'El rastro del Exxon Valdez'. With my colleague María Ramírez, I run two blogs: @PlanetaNYC about the city I love y @nohacefaltap about media innovation.