His journey through art begins long before his understanding of it. His biggest inspiration is his grandmother, he always watched her working on embroidery, drawings and collages, so he acquired the interest and zeal to express himself in a different way. Through his experiences and the daily life in Mauá/São Paulo (Brazil), he learned to observe situations, routine and people as art, art of living, and it is in art that he consider himself equal to everyone. The whole becomes a great abstract as he and his art, discovering himself more each day as an artist and as a person.
Over the years, I walked through many streets, where he could see faces, apparent situations, people going to work, having fun and just walking around, everything seems extremely realistic. Nonetheless, in every situation you can see the abstract that every person experiences. His creation process is based on this idea, on the fragments of everyday life that he sees, you see and everyone sees in a different perspective.