Julián “Mex” Ledesma was born in Argentina in 1977 and raised in Mexico where he lived until the age of 19.  There he began his university studies in architecture.

In 1997 he returned to his Argentina and studied Cinematography at ENERC (Escuela Nacional de Experimentación y Realización Cinematográfica).

Since 2000 he has worked as a DP in film, tv and commercials with renowned directors such as Gael García Bernal, Fernando Trueba, Victoria Galardi, Martin Piroyanksy, Vldimir Durán, Lucía Puenzo, etc.

Julián was nominated by the Argentine Film Academy as Best Director of Photography for Pensé que iba a haber fiesta and Voley.

Long Features & TV:

Manual de Supervivencia (Tv Series - Amazon Prime Video)

Directed by: Victoria Galardi

Madly (Long Feature)

Episode: "The love of my life"

Directed by: Gael García Bernal.

Voley (Long Feature)

Directed by: Martín Piroyansky.

Pensé que iba a haber fiesta (Long Feature)

Directed by: Victoria Galardi.

Cerro Bayo (Long Feature)

Directed by: Victoria Galardi.

El baile de la Victoria (Long Feature)

Directed by: Fernando Trueba.

Amorosa Soledad (Long Feature)

Directed by:  Victoria Galardi.

Presente Imperfecto (Short)

Directed by: Iair Said.

Soy tan Feliz (Short)

Directed by: Vladimir Durán.

Más adelante (Short)

Directed by: Lucía Puenzo and Esteban Puenzo.

Através de tus ojos (Long Feature)

Directed by: Rodrigo Furth.

La puta y la ballena (Long Feature, second unit DoP)

Directed by: Luis Puenzo.

Los invisibles (Short)

Directed by: Lucía Puenzo.

He was nominated for the Sur Awards of the Academy of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts as best director of photography for I thought there was going to be a party in 2013 and for Voley in 2014.