Martin Lucesole


Martin Lucesole is a photo editor at La Nación magazine and several supplements.

He was born in the city of La Plata in 1969. Since he was a child, encouraged by his godfather, he began taking his first photos with a plastic Kodak camera. After finishing high school he studied art direction at the Argentine Association of Advertising Agencies, photography at Aldo Bressi's Foto Design School, graphic design at UNLP, cinema at IDAC, and then began working as a camera assistant in several feature films; while in parallel, he never abandoned photography. 

In 1996 he began working as a photojournalist for the newspaper El Día de La Plata and collaborating with the DyN and AP agencies. Later he joined the newspaper La Nación as a photojournalist. In 2008, after several months of travel, he edited the book Pulperías y boliches de la province de Buenos Aires.

Martin Lucesole headshot