I am an illustrator, graphic designer, painter, sculptor and author who draws on nature, architecture, geometry, mathematics, science, ancient and modern history to create artwork that is intelligent and eye-catching. My illustrations are a mix of abstract and architecture focusing on geometric patterns, including creating identities for a client’s product or businesses. Clients I have created artwork for are the Judge Advocate General Corps in Fort Bliss, Texas. Painted murals for the Amigo Air Show and Providence Medical Center. Created logos for The Tornio Group, El Rancho Escobar and the Baby Friday Podcast. I have three art series titled the Geometric Art Series, The Lost Realm Series and the Wild West Series. Won best drawing in the UTEP Student Art Show in 2012 for Lost Realm Diptych No. 45 and 46. My first solo art show was at the El Paso Museum of Art in 2014. Created a wall installation titled The Mechanism, which is based on the Antikythera Mechanism. The Artist Catalogue.com features The Mechanism and am a featured artist on the November 2016 issue.
I have a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at El Paso in Drawing, with a minor in Graphic Design, including a technical degree in Advertising Design. The mediums I use are charcoal, ink, paint, color pencil, soft pastels, markers, and computer graphics programs such as Illustrator, Photoshop and In Design. I am a freelance artist who lives in El Paso, TX.