In 2011 I received an Undergraduate Degree in Architecture from the Simon Bolivar University in Venezuela, where I was born and raised. I worked in an architecture firm doing projects that varied from commercial stores to the interior design of apartments to the design of a pharmaceutical industry building. While working there I realized that as much as I enjoyed architectural design and the management of big projects I really enjoyed designing smaller scale products; I wanted to create things that I could make myself and in a shorter period of time.  

    In 2015 I completed a Masters Degree in Industrial Design at Pratt Institute in New York, where I was exposed to different materials and fabrication processes that I found interest in and that explored my curiosity in how things are made.