Alejandro Tello is a visual artist
and fine art photographer
He tirelessly pursues to share his own interpretation of reality that hides every corner of the planet Earth.
Each project requires its correct and specific treatment according to the client's needs.
I got my very first camera when I was 18. I perfectly remember a lovely Canon, which still required the film roll to be developed in a photo lab. It took me a couple of months to learn the basics of photography and physics related to it. In 2003, I started studying Geology, which was the seed of my current profession as a Hydrogeologist, a groundwater expert. Along with my projects as a professional photographer, I've had the opportunity to travel and shoot in spectacular and remote places. More than 50 countries which include Iceland, the United States, Peru, and Japan, among many others.
My desire of retrieving the primordial essence of each country forced me to try different types of photography with different techniques and criteria; from the Street Photography of the Downtown Tokyo to Landscape Photography of the Icelandic Fjords.