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Teo Tarras was born in Barcelona in 1960. His mother, who was a painter, provided his earliest artistic influence. From an early age the young Tarras felt the need to express himself through illustration, painting and, more than anything, photography.

Tarras specialized in Graphic Design and Publicity at the Escuela de Bellas Artes y Oficios Artísticos. He graduated from the University of Barcelona with a B.A., and received a degree from Escuela Massana y La Llotja de Barcelona.

Tarras has many years of experience in illustration, photography and design and has worked for a variety of publicity agencies and editors over the years.

"I like to photograph in black and white as this is the poetic part of photography," says Tarras about his great interest in life. Photography is a means of expression that Tarras feels a strong need to experience. He has always loved art in all of its expressions and forms, and he experimented wtih many different forms until he found his own way with photography. Tarras is particularly inspired by the movement and the people within his urban surroundings.

Tarras has exhibited his work in Palau Rogent in Barcelona, and his works appear in a permanent exhibition in the Liceo Opera House in Barcelona.