I was born in Ayacucho and lived in Mar del Plata between 1979 and 2012. In 2012 I emigrated to Spain.

I’m a self-taught artist who started painting in 2008.

In 2012, I emigrated to Peru and settled in Lima where I went to a painting workshop at the Association of Culture Peruvian-Japanese.

In 2015, 2016, 2017 y 2018 I was invited by the National Association of Plastic Artists of Peru to participate in the celebration of World Art Day, organized by the Municipality of Jesus Maria, Lima.

In 2015, I was invited by the renowned Cuban plastic artist and poet, Noel Guzman Bofill Rojas to exhibit in Havana (Cuba).

In November 2015, I took part in the Mercedes Sosa tribute recital event in Lima which was part of the tour by the artists Piero, León Gieco and Victor Heredia. Here I exhibited two of my paintings.

It was also in 2015 that I began to produce what is now the Mercedes Sosa Cultural Project forever, with the pictorial incorporation of ‘The shadow of the good ones’ which is, the first pictorial tribute to Mercedes Sosa. It is a project that seeks to reach all audiences, under the slogan ‘Be part of the art.’

‘The shadow of the good ones’ and ‘Be part of the art’ had their beginning Lima in 2018. A beginning that will never end.