I started caving seriously in 1989 as a member of the Federació Balear d’Espeleologia. At that time I was interested in exploring, surveying and cave photography, I have to acknowledge that at the beginning it was hard to take photos underground even having a great experience in nature photography. My first serious challenge was to photo document the Cova des Pas de Vallgornera in 1991, where I was responsible for the whole project. Later I kept visiting caves, taking photos and learning the use of light and special equipment in difficult situations. My  horizons in cave photography  expanded greatly when I came across a book devoted to cave photography, Images Below, by Chris Howes, in 1998. From Chris I learned about bulbs, guide numbers, reflectors, backlighting, other sources of light and many other things. It was the beginning of use of flash bulbs, I visited my photo local dealer apart from others in my city looking for bulbs and buying them, I even purchased bulbs from other countries. I spent many days experimenting and learning how they worked, with some failures and bulbs that went off. For the last 10 years I have been involved in the study and survey of the new sections of the Cova des Pas de Vallgornera where I have spent many days taking photos of each and every corner of that wonderful cave. I have taken part in expeditions in Spain, Cuba, France, USA, Switzerland and Italy. I have written many articles on speleology topics, and my photos have published in different magazines, books and calendars.