Born in Barcelona, 1971,
Xavi Miró trained at the Catalonian Institute of Photographic Studies, Barcelona and then with Albert Heras (1995-2010). In the late 90's he worked as an assistant and produced black and white prints with Sean Sprague (USA). Miró has been a professional photographer for almost three decades, working in a variety of fields, notably in the performing arts, travel photography (Spain, Europe, North Africa and North America), architecture, interior design, industrial photography, social photojournalism, conferences and events.
He currently works for the FAF (Andorran Football Federation) as head of the audiovisual, video and photography department, which was set up in 2014. His work has been published in the following media and specialist magazines: New York Times, El País, La Vanguardia, El Newspaper, El Mundo, El Punt, La Voz de Galicia, La Verdad, Tots.net, El Cultural (ABC), Amadeus, Scherzo, Ópera Actual, El Punto de las Artes, Doce Notas, Mundoclasico.com, Morillas y Asociados.
In 2004 he was a photographer at the Universal Forum of Cultures in Barcelona. His international events include the UEFA GRASSROOTS Award 2008, the EUROPCR 2008 and 2009 conferences and the 11th World Conference on Lung Cancer (Barcelona). From 2002 to 2012, he was the official photographer at the Alicante Festival of Contemporary Music (Ministry of Culture, Spain) and has covered several editions of the Gijon Contemporary Music Festival, the Motril Chamber Music Festival, Música Sur festival, the Madrid Music Festival and the Circle of Fine Arts festival in Madrid. In 2000 he began to work with Guias Visuales de España (Printer IGSA) photographing a range of Spanish geographical locations. Other travel photography works highlighted by Prisma Photographic Archives are The Shipwreck of the Prestige in Galicia (2002); Egypt, and Pompeii, Paestum, and Naples among others. Further work includes the exhibition and catalogue The Other Architects (Los otros arquitectos), Zoological Museum, Barcelona.