Although I have formal training as a sculptor, I use different media to give form to observations that concern me as an artist.
I consider art to be just another language, whose vocabulary is based on personal history and expressive needs.

I approach a variety of subjects, social, economy and political, but with one theme linking all the facets of my work: the human experience.

Our quest for identity, the stereotypes that often define how we are perceived or that we voluntarily incarnate, our role as individuals who are also a part of the collective social tissue, these are some of the issues at the center of my reflection.

Through my projects, I propose to look at the models and anti-models of our society, to examine the two sides of every story.

Using subversion, humor, and a dose of self-critique, I try deliver ironic comments on socially controversial subjects.