He studied fine arts in the University of the Philippines where he learned sculpture from National Artist Napoleon Abueva. He works on clay with armature, and bronze from cold cast. In 2001, he held a solo show at the Philippine Center. Among his recent works are “Sa Kanilang Mga Kamay”, a series of the artist’s interpretation of the hands of Filipino leaders who led the Filipino people in their struggles through different eras, and “Kababaihan,” a series on women. In 2004, he held a 2-man exhibit of sculptures with Steve Richardson at the Duson-Hansen Fine Arts Building at the Wharton County Junior College in Wharton Texas.