Roberto Keller-Pérez constructs his autobiography through portraits depicting casual to intimate encounters. He started in photography during childhood, under the influenced of his father. However, the craft only became a serious way looking during adolescence, when his mother took Roberto to watch ”Nostalghia”, by Andrei Tarkovsky. He used to shoot exclusively in black and white, until he discovered the work by Elinor Carrucci. He’s self-taught, together with his one-year-older brother, who remains his toughest critic.