About me

Marcos is a photographer and filmmaker born in Dean Funes, Córdoba province, Argentina. Since he was a boy he was passionate about photography, cinema and travel.

He has a degree in film and television and a technical degree as technical producer in audiovisual media, both graduated from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba.

He was awarded a scholarship to study at the University of Texas in the United States in 2013. There he worked at KLRU TV on the Lone Star Emmy-winning program “Arts in Context” for PBS in the United States. He also studied advanced editing with Christopher Roldan (“The Tree of Life” and “To the Wonder” editor) In 2017 he participated in the film “Rojo” starring Darío Grandinetti, where he worked as a production assistant and taking still photography. He is also part of the photography team for the telefilm “KM674, Voltear Obregón”.

In 2018 and 2019, he moved to New Zealand where he carried out a wide range of work, including audiovisual coverage of cultural events of various kinds. Later he traveled to Southeast Asia where he made a documentary photographic coverage that will be translated into various written stories and chronicles for the New Zealand magazine «Latidos Magazine».

In 2020 he finished his first documentary film “Soñando Martín”. (Dreaming Martín). The documentary film is selected for the Lift-Off Global Network-New York 2021 and also in the Cordoba Film Festival. It was released in Cinema Theatres all over Argentina Including the Gaumont Cinema Theatre in Buenos Aires. 

Soñando Martín

In 2020 he finished his first documentary film “Soñando Martín”. (Dreaming Martín). The documentary film is selected for the Lift-Off Global Network-New York 2021 and also in the Cordoba Film Festival. It was released in Cinema Theatres all over Argentina Including the Gaumont Cinema Theatre in Buenos Aires. 

Soñando Martín (Dos Logos)

There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment. This kind of photography is realism. But realism is not enough – there has to be vision, and the two together can make a good photograph.

Robert Frank

Talking about dreams is like talking about movies, since the cinema uses the language of dreams; years can pass in a second and you can hop from one place to another. It's a language made of image. And in the real cinema, every object and every light means something, as in a dream.

Federico Fellini