I am an architect from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City with a master’s degree in Architecture Criticism and Project from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. I had the opportunity to live for a year in Los Angeles, California and take specialty courses at UCLA in theory and application of color and design. I have worked independently in construction and architectural projects for most of my professional life. Eleven years ago I came into contact with ceramics where I found my vocation.
My taste for ceramics grew until I decided to study it formally and open my own studio.
Along with design and production work, I did three years of ceramic studies at MOA in Toluca, Mexico: potter’s wheel with master Akira Morioka, ceramics theory with master Chinatsu Tsukada and theory and elaboration of porcelain pastes with master Yosuke Susuki.
In Mexico City I am still studying the elaboration of molds with Cecilia Gil with whom I continue to collaborate with. I am currently carrying out various high-temperature ceramic projects. In my studio in Mexico City, I make pieces from start to finish with local materials and with a strong Japanese influence as a result of my studies at MOA.