He creates sculptures using the traditional terracotta technique, allowing him to connect with ancestral working methods, imbuing his work with a primitive and fresh touch. These sculptures are complemented by oil paintings, through which he expands and uncovers his own universe rooted in popular culture, legends, and traditional myths. The characters depicted in his work include giants, demons, the devil in animal form, and witches transformed into cats. These characters are viewed from a pre-Christian perspective, where they were considered nature spirits. With his creations, he explores characters, images, and pagan symbols that have persisted in popular culture, reflecting psychological processes inherent to individuals. Simultaneously, he delves into the collective unconscious and the magical dimension of our culture.