Juan Luis Rodríguez Romero was born in Cortegana (Huelva), Spain, in 1987 and currently resides in Barcelona. He graduated in Foreign Languages at the University of Seville and after a course in professional photography at Efti in Madrid, obtained the title of "University expert in applied photography" at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche, near Alicante. Subsequently he obtained a postgraduate diploma in photojournalism at the Universitat Autònoma in Barcelona.
He has participated in various workshops and courses, including a training course for teachers of Spanish as a foreign language, recognized by the "Les Heures" University of Barcelona.
He attended a Masters in Educational Anthropology at the Dolnoslaska Szkola Wyzsza University in Wroclaw (Wroclaw), Poland. He was professor of Spanish at the Left Bank Language School in Bristol, England, and at the Newtown School in Waterford, Ireland.
He has won several awards in international photography competitions and has participated in numerous national and international exhibitions. He has worked as a photographer with the magazine El Periódico and as a freelance photographer for the Plano agency in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
He currently works with the Plane Agency of Brazil and the magazine Furman 217, published by Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He has published 2 photography books with other collectives.
He speaks Spanish, English, French and Polish correctly, and worked in Peru as a volunteer lecturer in social projects at the Educational Institution Tarpurisunchis, Abancay, and at the Hogar Ana Almendros in Puerto Maldonado.