Hello, we are Bisual Studio
Bisual Studio is made by Lluís Salvadó and María Ibáñez. Two professional freelancers and passionate of travel, journalism and photography. This platform was created from the junction of these three areas. We immerse ourselves in the reality of every place we visit and design our projects independently.
For us traveling means going into other worlds, capturing their essence and showing it trustworthily and accurately to our readers, who become part of a shared journey where we discover unique, unexplored and beautiful places. Our reports reflect the history, culture and customs of their people.
We work for magazines, travel agencies and the best Stock Photography agencies.
She was born in Granada. In 2005 she moved to Madrid where she began to study -and to think- as a journalist. But it was in 2008, while she was living in Puebla, Mexico, when she immersed herself in photography.
Since then she has participated in courses, conferences and different projects. She exhibited her work in Rome, where she also studied photojournalism.
Her passion for travelling, writing and catching stories with her camera brought her to go through remote places and to live great adventures.
After some unsuccessful attempts of getting the next Pulitzer Prize, she decided to focus on reading travel guides, getting reliable information and then set forth on a new expedition.
He was born in Granollers, near Barcelona. In 1998 he began learning about photography while studying Audiovisual Communications. After some years working as a sound system technician, he decided to make a radical change in his life and began working as a photographer in 2004.
Since then he has been making documentary projects, reports on events, enterprises and, of course, journeys. And he simultaneously combines it with personal works, like books, exhibitions or magazines on documentary photography. He also participated in competitions, scholarships and festivals, being selected in some of them.
Lluís is willing to keep on travelling, setting out anytime on a journey and being in constant movement… of course, always accompanied of his heavy and valued camera.