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His work in a company that recorded albums for various bands sinaloenses Hector Müller took to discover his greatest passion: photography

No small event or image that is not worth portray, and that is why Hector Müller lens has captured from a children’s party to a Nobel Prize for his professional life.

At 79, Müller remembers like it was yesterday studying Cloud bookkeeper at private special school.

NUMBERS TO PHOTOGRAPHY

Its preparation allowed him to start working on some business to become head of Banco Mexicano de Occidente.

Later he began work in a company called Disco Tambora, where recorded the Banda El Recodo Don Cruz Lizárraga of the Ramon Lopez Alvarado, Nacho Millan and Adam & family, among other musical groups.

That the company has had a laboratory where artists postcards were made and it was at that moment that was born in him the taste for photography.

Müller recalls that bought a camera and was then that he began to take pictures of all the album covers of bands Ramón López Alvarado and Cruz Lizarraga.

After giving up the recording company, she went to Culiacan and started taking photographs at weddings, so he quickly became known in the state capital.

Later, he married Marie Antoinette Echegaray and put a photo lab in Morelos and Genaro Estrada.

It was when Mario Huerta invited him to participate in the campaign for mayor of Buenos Aires and worked with him for three years, and for the governor of Sinaloa then, Genaro Calderon.

As time got a job at a newspaper called Sinaloa Review, then go to the New Journal.

There he covered the section of Social and sold when the company changed its name to Sun Pacific.

During its passage through the print media covered events front, social and police.

However, the latter brings very bad memories, because once went to cover an accident involving a passenger truck with a trailer loaded with wood and as planks brought moved, his head cut off people traveling in the truck.

“It was a very sad experience, but he had to work and give the note”.

Today on the Day of Freedom of Expression, which is when traditionally the work of journalists is held, recalled that his work as a photojournalist earned him creditor of several awards, and that is why his name is still a landmark in photography porteña.