Born in Madrid in 1977, Pedro Correa moved to Brussels at the age of 14, where he studied oil painting and comic art at the Brussel's Royal Academy of Arts in parallel with a PhD in image processing at the University of Engineering of Louvain.
In his artistic development Pedro Correa soon became fascinated by photography and the possibility to capture poetic and fragile scene that came to life for only a split second.
Clearly influenced by his impressionistic painting background (his mother is also a painter), his style was born by experimenting with ways of injecting the emotions of impressionism into the "decisive moment" of photography, without manipulating or digitally retouching the image.
He soon became able to create a body of work that transcends what lies in plane sight, by giving as much importance to a rigorous composition of the image as to the subtle and invisible atmosphere that is part of the scene.
His works have been exhibited and acquired worldwide by public and private collections.