Freelance journalist and translator based in Donostia/San Sebastián. I have a good eye for unknown stories and I am particularly interested in social, sports, historical and politics topics, especially when they can all be mixed in just one article. I can write in Galician, Spanish and English. I have my own car so I have no problem at all with moving around.
The most atypical Vuelta a España was that of this 2020: masks, snow, rain, no public. Here is a story with photos for Euronews on the first stage of this Covd19-times tour.
Text and photos in Revista Líbero story about Detroit FC, a soccer team from this American city whose fans resemble those left-wing hoolingans of European clubs as Rayo Vallecano or St. Pauli.
Story for 7K on Trintxerpe's history, a neighborhood of Galician fishermen in the Basque Country, and his fight against Francoist coup d'etat in 1936. A man named Josetxo Fariña, son of one of theses fishermen, kept their memory alive in small notebooks.
Coverage through text and photos on the changes of East Harlem -the Puerto Rican neighborhood of NYC, AKA as 'El Barrio'- through the life of George Zavala, the last bohemian of the 'nuyoricans'. Published in Basque weekly magazine 7K.
Last story in a serial of seven about Galician inmigrants in the US, for Luzes. I travelled different locations in the US looking for these people, searching their stories -some of the about 100 years old, some others much more recent- and writing them.
Irun, Spain • Sports • June 30 @ 12:00am
In 1995, Elgorriaga Bidasoa became European handball champion. There it was, a team from the Spanish tiny city of Irún -60,000 people, right in the border with France- overcoming any continental powerhouse. It was not only a sports story, but the tale of a booming Spanish economy, which allowed its... Read more