I believe in beauty, simplicity and honesty. They guide everything I do. The products I develop, the clients I work for, the food I prepare for my guests.
A good example of my work at Tramontana is @chefBNE, a transmedia food and history project designed to reposition the National Library of Spain and help them reach a broader audience. We designed a 12 video series with Spains' most prominent chefs, food bloggers and food historians to date. You can follow the project on Twitter to learn more.
On the side, I'm developing What's Fresh, a mobile app to help you know what fruits and vegetables are in season right now and editing a short documentary on women, heritage and food in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Last year I was selected by Imagine Food Tech Basque Culinary Center to participate in their 10 day innovation program to create world changing solutions to the challenges of our food system. Here's a glimpse of that journey.
I used to have a pop-up called La Fonda where I cooked and shared the flavours of my native Mexico with other adventurous foodies. I've shared my experience in this interview with VICE Spain and have partnered with VizEat for a behind the scenes peek into one of my private dinners in this video for Canal Cocina.
Feel free to drop me a line and say hi :)