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Visual Artist
Digital Illustrator
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About me

31 years old. From chile to Salt lake city

I grew up in Chile helping my mom in her lamp factory.  This is where I learned how to make production processes more efficient.  I then used this knowledge to build production lines for multiple art pieces I created,

for instance on my own production line of Punch needles.

Because of my life-long commitment to fine arts and illustration, I possess a high level of understanding of new materials and I can quickly assimilate new techniques.

I'm always trying to find new ways to use common materials.

You're never going to see me repeating a piece of art from another artist. 

My goal is for everything I create to be unique and amazing.


My skills

Punch needle, Embroidery

Graphite, Polychrome, Watercolor, Acrylic

Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design

Sculpture , Mold making 

Work experience

Captura de pantalla 2018-12-13 a las 12.

tusk sculpture


Salt lake city, UT

August 2018- Salt lake City, UT

Volunteering for local artist,

Stephen Kesler 


Tasks: Carving 5 large rocks in foam, fiberglass and epoxy application.
Carving bones in foam and epoxy application.
Assistance in different processes of  creating a miniature car.

What did I learn?
I learned that foam gets stuck everywhere!!!!

Foam is such a versatile material, and I love that.

I had work with foam in the past, but on this project I worked with it on a different level. . . using all kinds of tools to get rough and detailed textures, different kinds of glues, chemicals and epoxy.

Hard work can be fun! and that if you love what you're doing the hours fly. 

Your body gets used to be standing for hours!

Carlos fernández 


Santiago, Chile

January 2018- Santiago, Chile
Carlos Fernandez workshop, Chilean artist.


Task: Participation and assistance  in the sculpting process of four large female bodies, from the structure fabrication, until the clay modeling.
Using professional plastilina clay, also made in the workshop. 

What did I learn?


With Carlos I learned "only buy what you can't make by yourself"

Life in Chile is not like in USA, we don't have 60% off coupons... and supplies can be expeeeeensive.


so, why buy a "precision compass?" if you can make one!

Why buy plastic clay, if we can make it in the shop?!!

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