Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz is a Colombian artist who uses photography to explore themes of identity, migration, and displacement. Born in Medellín, Colombia, Camacho started his career as a photojournalist, but his work has evolved to encompass other mediums such as drawing and sculpture. In an interview with Newsweek, Camacho discusses the power of photography and how it can be used to express difficult topics. He cites the Syrian refugee crisis as an example of how photography can help convey a complex and important story. Check out Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz’s work on Facebook and see for yourself why he is such an exciting artist!
Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz (born June 26, 1983) is a Mexican professional wrestler, best known by his ring name Rey Mysterio. He is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Rey Mysterio. Ortiz has achieved international recognition for his high-flying, aerial maneuvers and signature six-man tag team match involving himself, his partner Sin Cara, and WWE Tag Team Champions John Cena and The Miz.
Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz, also known by his stage name Luis Fonsi, is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor. He has sold over 150 million records worldwide and won multiple Grammy Awards. He is best known for his single “Despacito,” which has been certified diamond by the RIAA. Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz was born on September 25, 1978 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz was born on July 7, 1990 in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz was born on July 7, 1990 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is an outfielder for the Seattle Mariners. Luis is the son of former major league player Luis Daniel Camacho and singer Mía Estefan. He has two younger sisters, Yara and Yael. Luis grew up playing baseball with his father.
He made his professional debut with the DSL Mariners at age 18 in 2006. In 2007, he moved up to the Everett AquaSox and hit .303 with 11 home runs and 49 RBIs in 137 games over three levels of ballplaying. In 2008, he played for the Tri-City Dust Devils of the Class A-Short Season Northwest League and hit .291 with 12 home runs and 64 RBIs in 125 games.
In 2009, he played for Gigantes del Cibao of the Class AA Carolina League and hit .292 with 17 home runs and 85 RBIs in 135 games. In 2010, he played for Miami Marlins’ affiliate New Orleans Zephyrs of the Class AAA Southern League and hit .292 with 18 home runs and 83 RBIs in 135 games.
On July 31, 2010, Ortiz was traded to Seattle Mariners for minor leaguer Devin Smeltzer. That same day he made his MLB debut against Anaheim Angels at Safeco Field batting eighth-inning pinch hitter hitting a two-run homer off Jered Weaver giving the Mariners a 5-2 victory that night.[
At the age of 15, Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz signed a contract with Junior Varsity Baseball Organization (JVBO) team, the Ponce Giants
At the age of 15, Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz signed a contract with Junior Varsity Baseball Organization (JVBO) team, the Ponce Giants. After spending the 2015 season playing for their rookie affiliate team, the Batavia Muckdogs, in the New York-Penn League, Luis was called up to play on the main squad for the Ponce Giants during the 2016 season.
In his first year with the Ponce Giants, Luis had a breakout performance leading all batters in batting average (.351) and hits (57), while also setting a new club record for most RBIs in a season with 38. His strong performances led to him being named to both the 2017 All-Star Team and the 2018 Puerto Rico Baseball League All-Star Team.
Luis is currently playing on loan with the Division II team Montclair State University Vikings in 2019.
At the age of 15, Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz signed a contract with Junior Varsity Baseball Organization (JVBO) team, the Ponce Giants. In just his sophomore year at high school, Luis was already displaying talent as an outfielder and was picked to play for the Ponce Giants in the JVBO Division 1 tournament. After dominating against other teams in his division, Luis made it to the regional finals where he faced off against one of the top teams in Puerto Rico – the San Juan Sharks. Despite leading 3-2 in the bottom of the 8th inning, Luis would eventually lose 4-3. Nevertheless, this loss helped propel him to continue working hard and improving his skills so that he could one day achieve his goal of playing at a higher level.
In 2006, Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz made his professional debut playing for the Águilas del Zulia in the Venezuelan Winter League
Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz made his professional debut playing for the Águilas del Zulia in the Venezuelan Winter League on December 2, 2006. He played 66 games for the team over two seasons. In 2008, he moved to the Leones de Ponce and played in 117 games over three seasons. In 2010, he returned to Venezuela and signed with Tétuán. He played in 166 games for them over four seasons before joining Indios de Mayagüez in 2015.
In 2006, Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz made his professional debut playing for the Águilas del Zulia in the Venezuelan Winter League. After impressing with his play, he was signed by the Colorado Rockies organization and played for their rookie-level affiliate, the Asheville Tourists. In 2007, he was promoted to the Tulsa Drillers of the Class A-Advanced Texas League where he finished 2nd in batting average (.321) and led all batters in doubles (28). In 2008, he was traded to the Oakland Athletics organization and spent time with both their Triple-A affiliate, the Nashville Sounds, and their major-league club, the Athletics. He finished 3rd in batting average (.291) and 1st in doubles (39) with Oakland before being traded back to Nashville. He played two more seasons with Sounds before retiring after the 2011 season at age 33.
After retiring from baseball, Luis Daniel started a broadcasting career as an announcer for Venezuelan National Team games.
In 2007, Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz played for the Tib
In 2007, Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz played for the Tib. Nicknamed “Chucho”, Camacho was a key player on the Tib team that reached the semifinal of the Liga MX Apertura tournament. The Tib finished in fourth place with Camacho scoring four goals in 18 games.
Camacho played for Tigres UANL from 2009 until 2012, before joining Puebla F.C. He retired at the end of the 2015 Clausura season.
Luis Daniel Camacho Ortiz is a professional baseball player who played for the Tiburones de La Guaira of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League in 2007. He was originally signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as an international free agent in 2000.