I am interested in communicating. I started in art precisely because I did not know the words to express so many things I had to say, although what I generally want to say transcends the physical plane.

My current work focuses even more on the intangible, proposing intersectionality and transdisciplinarity that allows me to expand the languages ​​with which to communicate, apart from the pictorial realism with which my works are recognized. However, I work around figuration, because in my definition of the invisible, the visible is the limit that makes a work not infinite.

I pretend that those who enter the exhibition halls are not themselves when they leave. Although my profession is a work of art, I consider my work as a social work. I seek that the messages around which I work have a humanistic, spiritual quality, in order to provoke introspection, promote a process of change, although very subtle, on some level of existence.

My inspiration is internal, but motivated by society. It is important for me to respond to a reality of the moment. It inspires me to know that, in some way, with art I can transform people's lives.