I was born in Terrassa in the 1960s but I’ve been living in a small town halfway between the beaches of the Costa Daurada and the vineyards of the Priorat for six years now. Until the Mistral wind starts to blow from the northwest, the silence is marvellous.
I’m a banker and a trade unionist. I do what I can to dignify these two professions that are more discredited than ever. No, don’t worry; I’m not a politician. I’ll leave the hat tricks to Messi.
I created a start-up before they went mainstream. And it was a success: despite losing money, I’m still friends with my former partners. I’m currently on the lookout for a new project.
My experience with the degree in Sociology ended in a draw: it didn’t finish me off; I didn’t finish it. I still love it.
I have a wife, a daughter and two sons. And they have me too.
In my spare time I like to take photos (with my phone and its apps) and to paint.
Social and spiritual musings. You could say I like both urban planning and interior design.
I’ll talk about things I see and that I like. They all seem to be getting simpler and simpler.