My work has being described as a clash between fine art and street art with influences ranging from graphic novels to tattoo art.
I was born in the beautiful city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, but raised in Southern California. I am self-taught and have being drawing as far back as I can remember. I learned to draw by watching and studying the people, places, and things of my everyday life.
I took my first college-level art class in 2013 where I learned the importance of technique and discipline without compromising my unique style.
My goal is to continue to grow creatively while touching people’s lives and not being afraid of the magic that is “self-expression“ created through my artwork.
Uncommitted to any particular medium, I love working with pencil, ink, acrylics, oils, and aerosols.
I love capturing a moment in time and making it ever lasting through art.
Some subject matter that catch my attention include political issues and their movements, religion/spirituality, human rights, equality, global current affairs, unapologetic self-expression, and anything that can spark up a conversation.