Artist, graduated in social pedagogy at the University of Barcelona (Spain).
After working for several years as a social educator, he began to combine education with art, using it as the main tool.
Since 2005 he starts to dedicate himself only to art, mainly to urban art, without ever leaving the social aspect from which he comes.
In 2006, together with Felo Monzón, he founded the CNFSN + collective, which mainly develops works for galleries and public institutions in Spain.
In 2016 he founded together with the great master Mono Gonzalez, the Chilean artist Matu and the photojournalist Giuliana Conte “the brigade sorojchi” in Bolivia.
He works only for galleries and specific art on the site, and with the Blee collective in participatory art projects.
He can never stop spinning, looking to paint the lost corners of the world!
Looking up or in other perspectives, it is a work of 1000m2, built on the roof of the seat of the Matese Regional Park; using about 100 liters of white paint (special for roofs), directly on sheath.
The work plays with two concepts: the high and the other; referring to the ability of some people to see things with other perspectives; many times what for some is a problem for others is an opportunity.
The look to the sky, is precisely this ability and how, each person has different ways of seeing and interpreting things.
This work could not have been carried out without the help of the Chilean friend and artist Matu.