He has a bachelor’s degree in art from Mexico City Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado “La Esmeralda.” Dorfsman has had several one-man exhibits and has participated in various collective shows in Mexico and abroad. He was a member of the 2014–16 FONCA Sistema Nacional de Creadores. He received the Programa de Fomento a Proyectos y Coinversiones Culturales Grant, from FONCA, 2007–08, the 2005–06 FONCA Jóvenes Creadores Fellowship, and was accorded the 2011 Fotografía Latinoamericana Purificación García Award. His work is found in private and public collections, including the MAM, the Fundación Televisa and Alumnos 47 (all in Mexico City), the MARCO (Monterrey), Purificación García (Spain), the Museum of Photographic Arts, MOPA (San Diego), and the Art Museum of the Americas (Washington, DC). Among his published works are: Amidakuji, Ediciones Acapulco, 2015; 3 Pausas rumbo a Nikko, Editorial RM, 2014; This Mountain Collapsed and Became a Bridge, Editorial RM, 2012; Plot your Progress, 2012; Selección natural, Editorial RM, 2008; It’s Almost Real, Isn’t It? Editorial Diamantina, 2006. He was co-editor of La Panadería 1994–2002, Turner, Mexico City, 2004.