The Mayan and Aztec peoples in ancient times worshipped the sun. Light and darkness were for them life and death.
But today, what is the ratio of the Mexican population to the sun?
In my light and shadow images play an important role, I tried to snap when people emerge from the shadow struck by the light,
documenting their daily lives: a waiter at work, a man reading the newspaper.
I wanted to give the viewer the idea that in my photos people illuminated by the sun have a purpose in life, a goal.
Instead, people in the shadows remain on the margins, estranged from society.
But not only this, project is also a window on the Mexican people on their customs and uses but also on their society where migration, poverty and drug cartels mingle with tourism and the desire for growth