I was born in Margarita Island, Venezuela. When I was a young boy, I used to visit this local art's museum in my neighborhood. It was pleasant to be there. It felt peaceful and and relaxed. I was fascinated with the varieties of art's sculptures and paintings. In the video room they used to play a documentary about the birth of the State of New York. It was the first time I learned about this great city. Everything about this museum was very amusing to me. I believe it helped sparked the love and respect I have for art and architecture today.
When I was nine, my parents decided to migrate to the United States back in 1989. I was raised in the Big Apple (New York City). I was living the dreams to be in the greatest city of the world as I seen it at my local museum. The former W.T.C. Towers became one of my early inspirations to admire architecture and building's structures. One day my dad took the whole family to a tour at the former W.T.C. and it was an unforgettable experience.
While in High School, my favorite class was drafting engineering. I've learned the discipline with a great teacher (Mr. Nusser) to be neat and detail oriented with my work. Later in my Senior year, I discovered the revolution of computer aided design (CAD) also taught by the mentioned professor. Architecture and computer aid drafting became my new love and passion. Today by the grace of God, I have a BS degree in Architecture Engineering.
It was in college how I discovered the basics of photography in an elective class. I have not stopped learning with passion since then. Art, architecture and photography are part of my everyday life and I hope to inspire others with it.
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