His first approach to the world of bonsai was through a basic course at the age of 16.
In the year 2000 he began to carry out demonstrations, presentations and workshops in local congresses in Mexico City and soon afterwards in different states of Mexico.
He has taught courses in Mexico City since 2001 and was the head of the Didactics and Teaching area of the Mexican Bonsai Federation for 6 years.
After completing his apprenticeship with master Kunio Kobayashi , each year he continues to travel to Japan for periods of one or two months to work in Shunka-en Bonsai Museum and continue with the practice of bonsai art at the highest level.
He has been a Demonstrator at different important Bonsai events around the world, including the International Congress of the Latin American and Caribbean Bonsai Federation.
He has travelled to more than 20 different countries around the world as a judge, curator of private collections, giving demos and workshops, mostly in Latin America and some countries in Asia and Europe.
This mixing of styles, tree varieties, schools, techniques, philosophies and cultural combinations, makes his work very versatile and with a very particular way of seeing bonsai.