DISSEMINATION OF KNOWLEDGE OF THE NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE MOUNTAIN
OF THE NATURE
From the alliance between Mikael Helsing, an expert in nature photography, and Nuria Hijano's knowledge of the territory, arises H&H, a particular look at cultural and natural values of the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park. The result: beautiful prints, captured at the precise moment during the 12 months of the year, where the combination of light and landscape creates a perfect and unrepeatable setting.
MIKAEL HELSING Photographer
Mikael was born in Sweden and since 1991 he has been working in Spain as a sports and nature photographer. His works are published in national and international media, such as sports and outdoor activities, travel, lifestyle magazines and websites, etc. As a freelance photographer, he has worked and works for numerous sports equipment brands, entities such as ONCE and the Spanish Paralympic Committee and for different tourism entities, both Spanish and foreign. He has spent years giving workshops, courses and conferences on sports, mountain, nature, travel and portrait photography for various entities and in different places such as Madrid, Badajoz, Tenerife, Jordan, etc. In 2007 he was awarded the prize for the best photograph of the Turin Winter Paralympics, awarded by the International Paralympic Committee.
NURIA HIJANO BAONZA Location and texts
Nuria is a native of the Sierra de Guadarrama, a descendant of country people. To his original knowledge he has added extensive multidisciplinary training. Graduated in Law, she is specialized in the environment, public use and sports and cultural activities in nature. He is an AEGM/UIMLA mountain guide. He has published several articles and essays in different specialized mountain and environmental conservation magazines, as well as being a regular speaker in university and intellectual circles. Especially committed to the sustainable development of rural populations in mountain areas, she directs Montnature. Mountain Heritage Dissemination Center, from where it implements socioeconomic development actions territorially consistent with the environment, to help improve the quality of life of local populations and visitors.