Moisés Fuentes, studied Communication at the University of Celaya, always with his camera in tow, founded an advertising agency (50.1mmstudio) through which he has worked for brands such as Warner Music Mexico, VisitMéxico, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, and his work has been published by brands such as SECTUR, Harper's Bazaar, Living & Travel, Trip Advisor, Conde Nast Traveler, Best Day, among others. Living & Travel, Trip Advisor, Conde Nast Traveler, Best Day, among others. In this interview he tells us about his experience as a graduate.

What do you currently do?

I dedicate myself practically to do what I like, I don't have a start time at work, I can go out to contemplate the afternoon without remorse of what time it might be, listen to music, go to the movies on a Monday afternoon, all that motivates me to generate ideas and make them exist through photography, audio and video for advertising purposes.

What skills do you need to be a professional in what you do?

From my point of view, to be a professional is to balance passion in what you do with responsibility; doing what you like and working on your own does not mean absence of commitments, on the contrary, to be a professional implies to fulfill yourself and those who are looking for your talent, to be persistent and to keep yourself in constant academic preparation, that marks the fine line between producing professionally or being a simple consumer.

What advantages did Uni give you in your training?

At the University I began to see things in a more objective way, I was fortunate to have teachers who influenced my desire to achieve something beyond the everyday, think big, set high goals, I remember a special teacher, Gabriel Martinez Meave, who in each class left us his passion on the blackboard and I loved it, I remember a phrase of his that I carry in my pocket every day: "you have to do things as best as possible", this phrase is as easy or as complicated as you want to interpret it.

Why study a Bachelor's Degree in Communication?

I am convinced that communication is an essential career to mediate concepts in this society, it is something like a bridge that connects the east with the west, opposite poles, looking for an understanding; with a career like this you acquire the necessary skills to land all that.

What projects do you have in the pipeline?

There are always many projects to come, but the closest one is one that will benefit many local young people who seek to be better in this that we are passionate about: photography, and we are organizing a photography workshop where several professionals will come to give workshops and lectures next March 24 and 25, 2017 here in Celaya, you can see all the information of the event on our Facebook page, it will be a pleasure to see you there.