Enrique's work covers a variety of genres in photographic art, from landscape to abstract, to commercial and documentary. He primarily uses DSLR cameras and his mobile phone to capture a scene.
Every capture goes through a post-production digital workflow to create the final image, phone pictures are edited using only mobile apps.
Enrique shares his work on multiple photo-sharing sites and some of his images have been featured by the Smithsonian Magazine, 500px, ABC's show The Chew, and other prominent blogs and publications.
His work can be purchased as prints, digital downloads or framed, and can be licensed for commercial use or used as part of other creative, non-profit, or educational projects.
You can follow Enrique's work on Instagram, Twitter, 500px, Flickr and Facebook.
Enrique was born in Southern California but lived in Mexico until the age of 21 when he moved to San Diego.
His mother was an artist who created work in multiple mediums, from pencil to oil painting and sculpting with wood, bronze or clay. Her studio was in the home where Enrique was raised which exposed him to an artist's work from an early age.
It wasn't until later in life that Enrique discovered his passion for photography and has been practicing it for the last 10 years. Enrique studied digital photography at UCSD and is continuously improving through online courses, books, and workshops.
Enrique lives in San Diego with his wife and two boys.