Mírame, Lima is a series of 50 family portraits aiming to reflect the cultural, ethnical, religious diversities present within the Peruvian capital. Partly as a result of insecurity, street violence, lack of information, people in Lima tend to live very isolated from each other, in small groups from which they rarely emerge. The aim of the project is to encourage integration and respect between citizens and to do so with a positive, optimistic tone in order to avoid conflict and controversy. To open a dialogue and to awake curiosity within people about each other's diversity. The project is an invitation to explore without prejudice and stroll around a plural city, whose houses and streets are a mirror of the entire world.
- Silver medal at the 2015 Prix De La Photographie Paris in the Book Category.
- Third place at the 2014 Prix De La Photographie Paris in the Portraiture Category.
- Winner of the 2013 PDN Award.
- Winner of the 2013 See Me Award.
- Selected for exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery (London) as part of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2013.
- Selected for exhibition in Brooklyn Bridge Park, NY, as part of The Fence 2013.
- Selected for exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery (London) as part of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2012.