- I'm a freelance Illustration Artist living and working in Barcelona, Spain. I use watercolor, digital and mixed media with high level skills.
- My work has been featured in MAD magazine,Simon &Schuster (US), Esquire Spain, Zinkia Entertaiment, Barcanova Publishers and RBA Publishers, ANAYA Publishers, Baula Publishers, Sagoma Comedy (Italy), among other international publishers.
- I also collaborated with Dancing Diablo Studio (NY) as a Freelance Art director for the Bronx Zoo “Go Wild” campaign and Ralph Laurent Gang 3 advertising campaign.
- For several years, I have been working in Editorial illustration for several news and press magazines such as: Esquire and La Marea (Spain), El Nacional, El Universal (Venezuela), Loft Magazine (US).
- My Artwork has been displayed in collective and individual shows such as “The Original Art 2011” at the Museum of American Illustration of the Society of Illustrators, “Kerpoof!” Exhibition of Illustrators and Animators at St. John’s University, Queens Campus New York, (2011)
- Since 2013, I perform speed live drawing at The Barcelona International Comic Fair (FICOMIC) since 2013 and I'm one of the founder members of the Spanish Association of Cartoonists, created in 2012.
- Illustrator for MAD Magazine since 2004
- Free lance Illustrator for MAGO Atelier Cultural Arts Branding, since 2013
Barcelona, Spain ( 2013 )
( 2007-2016 ): The 90th Macy's Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, Bronx Zoo “Go Wild” Campaing and Ralph Laurent Gang 3 campaign, 2011.
- Watercolor teacher since 2008 (Barcelona,Spain)
- Teacher of basic level Illustration in PRODISEÑO School of Visual
- Arts. Caracas Venezuela (1994-2000)
- Teacher of junior and senior-level of Basic Drawing IDC
Caracas Venezuela (1993-1994)
- Exhibition: Illustrissims (Leonardo Rodríguez ) Claraboia Espai D'Art. Rubí, Spain 2016
Festival Internacional de Cine Fantástico de Sitges 2016
- 31, Salón International del Cómic de Barcelona, Spain 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016...
France ( from June 3 Through June14, 2012 )
Queens Campus New York ( 2011)
Caracas Venezuela ( 1996 )
Caracas (1997- 1998 )