Born in Tenerife, he has lived and worked for several years on the island of El Hierro. His work revolves around his obsessions: The Territory in which he lives, The History of Art, The Power of the Icon, Anthropology, and to unravel and understand ultimately what it is that which forms us and what we call Culture. He graduated in Fine Arts from the University of La Laguna in 2011.
He has worked as an illustrator for publishers such as the German Konkurbusch, in projects such as the one carried out with the German artist Horst Hoheissel on Historical Memory (Tenerife, 2008), The Emerging Art Fair of El Charco (Lanzarote), Memories of Smuggling (Tenerife and La Palma, 2014), or The Illustrated Journey (2014) with the Danish illustrator Mads Berg that was exhibited in several European cities such as London, Dublin, Madrid or Milan, or New Island of Utopia (Tenerife, 2015). He has been selected in the calls: PEJAC for the exhibition Tártaro (Madrid, 2014), or NOW’15 for the ARTIZAR Gallery (Tenerife, 2015). He has also had solo exhibitions Del Amor y Lo Ridículo (Ateneo de La Laguna, Tenerfe, 2010), and Soliloquio (La Regenta, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 2015).