Born: Camarines Sur 1941
He studied fine arts at the University of Santo Tomas. He does watercolor, oil, acrylic, mixed media, and sculpture. He won First Prize for “Rizal Monument” at the 1964 Shell NSAC. He won several prizes from the AAP, notably the 1972 Grand Prize for his work entitled “Economic Agression.” His work “Metropolis #2” was named Best Entry by theSociety of Philippine Sculptors during its 1971 annual exhibition. He participated at the International Exhibition of Drawings at the Triennial in New Delhi in 1978, the Festival de la Peinture in Cagnes Sur Mer, France, and the VIII Biennial of Fine Arts in Valparaiso, Chile in 1985.