We all have stories of drawing. Drawing is one of the first activities we do as children that influences the recognition of our own identity and dialogue with the environment.

I remember the first time I saw my father observe and draw his hands to help me with a school assignment. From that moment I began to imitate that action that was -perhaps- the spark that led me to have a long relationship with the line as the basis of many of my works, especially in the area of illustration.

Drawing, in itself, has a life of its own, it becomes a spontaneous, free, emotional expression and is part of the creative process in any of my projects. I draw to sketch, to gather information, but also in moments of frustration or simply for the pleasure of drawing. When I am about to write, the images precede the texts, so the “graphic guide” or the “Storyboard” is a tool that always accompanies me.