"By believing in the importance of quality and authenticity, I always seek to promote and raise awareness of the value of manual work."
"I've always been very fond of jewelry design. I discovered the art of jewelry making when I was an architecture student and had classes in woodwork. I became enchanted by the possibility of creating my own accessories.
"I started with small pieces of wood for necklaces and this led me to working in silver and gold in the world of contemporary arts. As an architect, my greatest inspiration is modern architecture with its simple and natural shapes.
"I'm passionate about manual work. One of my favorite aspects of this work is to produce the parts for each design. I find I am always gaining experience and evolving, adapting the tools and techniques of woodwork and jewelry crafting.
"I also like to work with alternative materials, taking advantage of the characteristics of each one. It is always possible to extract something new and create designs that go beyond the materials commonly used for jewelry. And in this way, the material gains value through the design.
"My work is an infinite learning process.
"I work in partnership with decoration brands or carpentry, which provide me with the discarded portions of their production so I can reuse them in my creations. The reutilization process always requires more time, but it's worth it to not waste these materials.
"By believing in the importance of quality and authenticity, I always seek to promote and raise awareness of the value of manual work, which requires time and zeal for every piece to emerge.
"Today, in the midst of my own creations, I also organize wooden jewelry courses in my workshop or at events where I am invited. I do this to pass my knowledge along. I also create awareness of sustainability from the use of materials that cause less damage to the environment than more conscious forms of consumption."