My work is a reflection of my daily encounters and experiences. 

Working with a variety of mediums, allows me to express more precisely my vision and my "language", which would otherwise be difficult to express in words. I strive to make statements that are positive and uplifting through the words, colors and concepts that I use.

My creative process is very much informed by the freedom I derive from working with different materials and mediums. After much experimentation, I arrive at the right combination of elements and begin to develop a series of the work. My routine consists of concentrating on two-dimensional work for about a year, or until the series is complete, and then shifting to three-dimensional work for about the same amount of time. My years of studying architecture influence this routine and help me to maintain balance in the diversity of my work.

My memories of childhood, nature, and architecture are my inexhaustible sources of inspiration. The interaction between humans and nature and the qualities that shape our faith and values- these are the themes that are reflected in my work.

Memories of Our Town (series, monotypes, 2008) speaks of my Honduran origins and emphasizes that we all come from somewhere.

Lollipops (series, mixed media sculptures, 2009) is a series that I began soon after the economic recession. The joyful, playfulness of the images and its reference to more innocent, child-like times was my way of inspiring a sense of lightness during difficult times.

El Bosque de Qualtron or Qualtron’s Forest (series, recycled parts sculptures, 2010) is a series about second chances. Qualtron was the name of a computer parts manufacturing company that went bankrupt after 20 years in business. I found an inherent beauty in the abandoned parts and created a forest out of the 100% man-made materials giving them a second life.

Graffiti (series, painting, 2012) is a series that juxtaposes the familiar symbols of Street Art and SMS language with my beliefs and my faith.

I've always been interested in creating my own language while at the same time creating something that others are able to interpret on their own, no translation necessary.