Last years Fernandez Bordonada, works as tour leader of travel and landscape photographers. Specialized in aerial photography for sectors such as agri-food and tourism, in recent years he has been compiling an extensive archive on climate change and rural depopulation.
Currently based in Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, his work is premiered as a director of ethnographic documentary feature films. "Spanish Olive grove" (2021)
His first feature-length documentary has received more twenty two international awards and recognitions, among other reasons for managing to undertake most facets of production alone as director, director, producer and distributor.
"Spanish horse, the origin" (2023) his latest documentary work shows the history of the Spanish horse through the centuries told by some of the most relevant experts in the horse world. An ethnographic work that delves into the intimate relationship of those who live with the horse in their daily lives, whether breeders, veterinarians, riders or researchers, and that tries to highlight the role that this noble animal has played in history and what it has meant to maintain a pure breed throughout history with all the difficulties it has had.