With a degree in graphic design from his hometown of Buenos Aires, and years spent working for innovating advertising agencies, photography was always close, but not Beker’s primary method of expression. This however, all changed after a relocation to the city of Miami, where Beker developed his style and worked as a photographer. His street photography style is based on capturing candid moments of everyday life, and turning them into captivating images. More often than not, the moments that he captures have an unexpected humorous element. Showing his rare talent for bringing together components, and making them tell a new and unpredicted story.
The choice to enter the world of photography has been well received in the art world, with multiple exhibitions around the world. Beker approaches his work, and the workshops that he teaches, with the philosophy of "it's not about the camera”. A phrase that acts as a constant reminder to pay more attention to daily life, and learn how to see in a more emotional rather than technical way.