He was born in Caracas, in 1983. In 2008, he graduated as a Professor in Fine Arts at the Universidad Pedagógica Experimental Libertador, Instituto Pedagógico de Caracas. He has also made complementary studies on experimental photography, performance and art critic. In 2009, the gallery Oficina#1 in Caracas presented his first solo exhibition under the title Dragster. His work has been exhibited in many other occasions including When a Painting Moves… Something Must Be Rotten! (Sternesen Museum, Oslo, Norway), ¡Patria o Libertad! The Rhetorics of Patriotism(Miami Dade College, Miami, USA), Histórias de Mapas, Piratas e Tesouros (Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, Brazil);Venezuelan Pavilion (HotShoe Gallery, London, England); Art New Wight Biennial: Anxiety of Influence (UCLA New Wight Gallery, Los Angeles, USA), among others. In 2010, he received the Armando Reverón Prize.