He started working for a mineral trading company when he arrived in Spain in 1913. He became a professional photographer in 1917, travelling around Spain and selling albums and post cards with the title Paisajes y Monumentos de España (Landscapes and monuments of Spain).
His photos were published in magazines like Blanco y Negro, La Esfera and El Mundo. In 1927, he established his studio at 47, Doctor Esquerdo Street in Madrid where he continued working and publishing in newspapers and magazines until the mid 20th century. In 1931, he worked for the National Tourism Trust of Spain.
- Encyclopedia Summa Artis tomo XLVII, Several authors. Editorial Espasa Calpe
- Del daguerrotipo a la instamatic, Juan Miguel Sanchez Vigil. Ediciones Trea 2007
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