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Asael is a software architect and entrepreneur, with a lifelong passion for art and photography, who decided to dedicate himself to his art.

The Beauty of Tiffany was his first major project following that transition. It challenges society's perception of beauty with exquisite images of a disabled dancer. Available as a book and in limited-edition prints, work from this collection was featured in the de Young Museum in San Francisco, and published in The Washington Post, The Puerto Rican Journal of Medicine and Public Health (MSP), and the J. Weekly.

His painterly images have been published in Photo-life and Popular Photography, and been featured on French American TV.

Lines and Curves is a new on going project, that celebrates the diversity and beauty of the human figure. It recently made its debut at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.


Join me at Art Santa Fe, July 12-14, 2024.

See my work, including new fine art prints from the Lines and Curves series, in booth #407.

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