My career as a visual artist began within the streets of my native Santiago, Chile. I was deeply Inspired by street culture, especially New Yorkâs graffiti and my own Latin American mural movement history.
By the mid/late 90âs my early work was at the helm of a new generation of artists (post dictatorship) from the streets of South America. Our generation of young artists from the street transcended communities and helped to create a new popular appeal for street culture in Chile.
In 2004 I moved to New York City. Since then my studio-work and large scale public murals have evolved into new forms, but with the purpose of maintaining a visual evidence of my Latin American and Graffiti roots while communicating to a universal language of the human experience.
I have done numerous mural projects locally, throughout the United States, and internationally. Collaborating and working with many institutions as Museo de Bellas Artes Chile, The Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York Department of Transportation, Parque Metropolitano MET, Brooklyn Arts Council, The Point CCC, The Bronx Museum.