I am interested in methodological explorations, particularly related to participatory and other non-conventional methods. Currently, together with colleagues, we are organizing a space to exchange ideas and experiences around participatory methods and to think about what participation actually means in this context.

I have used photography as part of broarder research designs. You can see below two participatory projects carried out in 2015 in Bilbao and 2016 in Barcelona using photography: a project of Photovoice and a project of Photowalks. Working along colleagues, both inside and outside Academia, we have published two articles reflecting on the Photovoice experience:

After the 2016 project on photowalks, I am also starting to reflect on the potentialities of group walking as a relevant research technique.

Photowalks: Fotopaseos por El Carmel 2016

During 2016 three Photowalks were carried out in a peripherial neighbourhood of Barcelona.

Cartel_Fotopaseo_AbrilThis participatory research technique combines the input of photography to focus and elicit meanings, in the context of the togetherness  and mutual knowledge creation bring about by walking in group.


photo_2016-06-13_20-14-10Photowalks were based on previous research experience with photovoice, but include the importance of bodily dispositions in enacting knowledge about a shared socio-geographical common space.




Photovoice: Cámara a cuestas 2015: Miradas que transforman

Proyecto participativo de fotovoz con mujeres migradas en Bilbao: