I was born, raised and educated in Santiago de Chile. I moved to the States to pursue a career on Television but my priorities changed and I became a Contemporary Artist to fully express myself.
I am interested in social issues related to justice and inequality, presenting characters as witness of social disparity, with a narrative that speaks with passion in every brush stroke, taunting directly to the eyes of the viewers and make them think and get inspired.
As a visual communicator, I began to use tools within my reach that would help me express acutely the feeling of people in the streets and thus my close relationship with graffiti was established. But I went a step further, stylizing in a more inclusive way this art expression.
The texture is very important to give credibility to my paintings, that is why I invented a technique that took me years to perfect to create my own style.The language of graffiti is full of life and hope, it is a cry of pain and anguish from those who feel displaced and seek to integrate with their ideals within a society that is more equitable and that listens to each member of the social fabric.