1. Who are you?
I’m Dani Pujalte, I’m 31, living and working in Barcelona. I’m a photographer who likes to work on his own personal projects but I have to work on commercials to live  . And I’m recently curating at Wer-Haus, a photography gallery and bookshop.

2. Where are you now?
In Barcelona, a friend’s house.

3. What was the last piece of music you listened to?
Sleep now by Young Magic, right now!

4. Tell us briefly the travel story you shared in LOST.
“Coneja vs Dulce”, the story I published in Lost Issue Two, is about a journey I spent in the north desert of México. The area is well known to be a Peyote spot, but I went there with Rita to spend some days with a family who basically lives on raising sheep and cultivating beans. We spent 5 days in the desert so the pictures you see in the magazine are shots of our daily life in the house, and pictures that we shot on the last day at the horse races, which was really amazing.

5. What do you love about travel?
I love to not know where i’m gonna end up.

6. What do you hate about travel?
I hate limited funds that imply the end of trips.

7. Do you like to travel alone or with people? Why?
I like both, but maybe travelling alone pushes you a bit further with your experience, and this can be the best but it can be hard as well. As a photographer I have to say that our company for travelling can be a bit boring.

8. What do you think about during travel?
When I travelled I was always going to places where I had an interest to shoot there. So i guess I’m not a holiday traveller, but more of a way to continue producing stories or shoot pictures that can fit conceptually into other projects.

9. Any future travel plans?
I’m planning a trip to EEUU to make a project with my dear friend Maria Sturm.

Picture by Rita Puig-Serra Costa