Born in Granollers in 1986, Jordi Diaz Alamà studied Fine Arts at the Universidad de Barcelona, where he has also worked as a teacher in the Drawing Department. He had the chance to work with painter Guillermo Muñoz Vera in Madrid thanks to a scholarship from Fundación Arauco and with the Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum. He studied drawing at The Florence Academy of Art (Florence, Italy), where he also graduated in Painting, being this training the backbone of his education. He was the winner of the Figurativas ’11 Contest organized by Fundación para las Artes y los Artistas in collaboration with MEAM, with the aim of supporting and promoting Figurative Arts and its artists. In 2014 Díaz Alamà won the LI Premi Internacional de Dibuix Ynglada-Guillot of the Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi (Barcelona) and the Medal of Honor in the 29th BMW Painting contest.