He started publishing press pictures in 1969 and collaborated with newspapers like la Vanguardia or El Correo Catalan and in 1976 he finally opened his own studio. He then specialized in advertisement photography, photojournalism and reports about social movements, and has been a pioneer in digital pictures as well as in picture processing and sending technologies.
In 2009 he made a retrospective exhibition at the Fine Art Academy of Sabadell under the title “Light, picture and ethics””. In the 2010 decade, he devoted himself to an exhaustive report about the Catalan Separatist Process. In 2011 he published with Liz Castro What Catalans Want, a book in which Toni Strubell made 35 interviews of Catalan characters to make people around the world understand the Catalan reality. In 2017 he received the Dignitat Award 2016 for his social commitment for his country besides the photojournalists Jordi Borras and Roser Villalonga.