How did you start making digital art?

Initially I wanted to study psychiatry, but I always liked art and always have been interested in object art, sculpture, anthropology through the object. Initially I started my education in Tijuana, and then continued in Monterrey. About a year and a half ago I began to focus on performing visual compositions.

What inspires you?

I am inspired by the idea of ​​transmitting messages in the most natural way possible, either writing, illustrating, or making music.

What’s your work about?

My work is a reflection on the limits of language, as sometimes there are no words to say what you want to convey. I also interested in the aesthetic side, colors, shapes and volumes.

What is your technique?

I use my technique as a tool to express. In this case it was a very gradual and natural evolution. I am interested in experimenting with words through photography, digital manipulation, sounds, and visual compositions.

What is the latest project you did?

I am currently working on some musical instruments made out of metal, it has to do with what sounds carried by the properties of the materials.

In what way do you think the art influence daily life?

I believe that art is sometimes misunderstood. I believe that the most important thing is the message and important things happen when we take the time to reflect on these.