Alfredo Caliz has travelled widely, producing over 150 photo stories for El Pais Semenal, the largest Spanish weekend supplement. His work often explores patterns of human behaviour and sociability. It has been exhibited widely in venues including Metrosur, Galerie du Fleuve (Senegal) and Casa Elizalde (Barcelona) and La Fabrica (Madrid).
Alfredo’s first photo book Inshallah (2006) was produced over a period of 10 years over numerous visits to Morocco, exploring the tension between modernity and tradition in the country. In 2012 he published 40, a set of portraits of 40 year olds in Spain and The Diary of a Taxi Driver in Casablanca, both published by the independent publisher 2 Sardinas Ediciones. In 2015 he was included in a photo book project ‘Todas Direcciones’ where six photographers present their impressions of Spain, each travelling along one of the arterial roads coming out of Madrid and spreading across Spain.