He is considered one of the most important contemporary conceptual photographers in Mexico. He has a passion for landscape, and specifically that of the desert, a realm he has visited in numerous occasions, to capture it or to intervene it. Highlights of his photographic series include De parajes sin futuro (1992), Vestigios del paraíso (1996), Habitar el vacío (2002) and Breve crónica de luz (2006). Since 2008 he has been working on his new series, Tormenta de luz (Storm of light) shot in different deserts around the world. His career includes over ninety individual and collective shows, and his work has been exhibited in five continents, as well as in different capitals of the world, such as Mexico, Paris, Sao Paulo, New York, Washington, Madrid, Bogota, Lima, Buenos Aires, among others. His photographs have appeared in numerous books and magazines and his work is included in public and private collections in Mexico and abroad. Since 2008, he is a member of the National Creators System.
A cultural promoter and director of the Contemporary Photography Contest of Mexico and Latin America, as well as the International Photography Festival NL-Foto in Monterrey, N.L. Mexico. He runs and founded the non-profit Luz del Norte Fotografía, A.C. to promote and publicize the diversity of Latin American photography through various platforms.