I had my first camera when I was a young child, an amazing fully manual Zenit, and I loved it, during many years I had photography parked aside meanwhile I studied Maths, and started my professional career in the software world for the last 20 years.
Back in 2009 I revive my passion for photography. I joined  Blankpaper school where Oscar Monzón and Fosi Vegue, among many others, influenced my way of looking at the world. I also enjoyed  several  workshops with authors such as Laia Abril, David Jiménez, Eric Kessel, Ricky Dávila or Antonie D'Agata. I am still in my  process of discovering how to express what I am living through photography. My main project  "platform" has participated as an audiovisual at the Madrid 2014 film festival, as an individual, colective and street exhibition proposal, and as a book has been selected in the Dummy Photobook Award for Fever 2015, exhibited in Centro Centro 

Published as a photobook by dalpine, then nominated in Spain "El pais" as one of the best photobooks of 2021, selected for Athens photo festival and PhotoEspaña (PHE) nominated as one of the photobooks of the year 2021-2022.
Some reviews:
Collectordaily https://collectordaily.com/enrique-fraga-terminal/ 
c4Journal https://c4journal.com/enrique-fraga-terminal/
Collin Pantall in @photobookreviews
Photoartbooks https://www.photoartbooks.org/fotografos-y-fotografas/terminal-enrique-fraga-una-vida-entre-no-lugares/

2014 Platform video part of short-film selection within the Madrid Film festival
2015 Platform dummy finalist of dummy Fiebre photobook award
2015 Platform dummy exhibited in Centro centro Madrid Spain
2016 Platform shortlisted in Athenas photo
2017 Platform awarded in the Radar prize
2018 Platform solo exhibition in La quinta sel sordo Madrid
2018 Selected in Arles voies-off festival
2018 Selected for video projection in Bipa 2018
2018 Selected for la Nuu festival (street exhibition)
2021 Terminal photobook published by dalpine
2021 Selected by Photo España as one of the best books of the year
2022 Selected for Athens photo festival
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