I have been lucky enough to be passionate about sports and group activities from a very young age. At just four years old, already participated in judo classes, where great values such as respect for others, perseverance, effort, discipline, perseverance and a positive attitude are acquired to learn more every day. For 20 years I followed that path of Japanese philosophy, education and culture thanks to this sport. During my school years I had fun practicing other sports such as handball, basketball, badminton, swimming, table tennis, athletics, futsal and finally soccer, which I became more fond of and dedicated a similar passion to judo for 20 years, always playing in the same club and later in amateur soccer leagues for seniors.
Starting in 2012, my passion for cycling began a new sporting stage more in line with my age and the human values that this sport brings. I founded a cycling club where every weekend I brought together several dozen people who shared the same passion and once a year we organized a popular and solidarity sporting event to bring together more than 800 or 1,000 mountain bike fans and enjoy getting to know new places. Play sports in a group.
Graphic design is one of my favourite hobbies. It helps me express my ideas and show the creativity that our brain generates when having fun. Passionate about art and design, I studied Fine Arts and specialized in digital graphic design, learning the use of Adobe Creative applications, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, etc. Photo retouching, layout, content creation digital and many other applications that technologies allow us today.
Since the beginning of the millennium, I have specialized in another branch of digital design, taking my knowledge to the Internet thanks to web design. With the realization of web pages under the HTML and PHP languages, and currently with the WordPress CMS with Elementor and the MySQL databases, I continue to develop this hobby. With knowledge and experience in online stores developed in Woocommerce, with payment gateways such as PayPal, Stripe, etc. I also know about digital video editing and live streaming (Youtube, Twitch).
I consider myself versatile for creating digital content, with ideas and the necessary attitude that this sector requires.
Travelling is a pleasure, the satisfaction of living moments and great experiences should be a right. Investing part of our budget in these hobbies makes us grow emotionally and gives us a broader vision of a life beyond our comfort zone. I love travelling to know countries, new cultures, traditions, monuments, history, gastronomy, folklore, and people. Travelling is the encyclopedia of life.
Reading is a method of living adventures of past times, of knowing our roots, ideal for developing a critical mind always based on knowledge, a way to expand our vocabulary. Still, above all, it is the best way to disconnect from the real world for a few minutes and enter that state of relaxation that only reading is capable of achieving. I love historical novels, old documents, and adventure stories where you learn something else at the end of the book.
More than a hobby, music is a passion for me. Since I was very young, I have dedicated a lot of time to studying and analyzing the principles of music and how mathematics acquires an attraction that helps us understand the melodies and the composition of the songs.
Regarding my musical tastes, I wake up listening to classical music as an alarm clock. Still, to activate the body, I need music like Rock, Techno, Dance, etc… So as soon as possible, I can listen to Carmina Burana, and the next song on my playlist could be Rammstein or DJ Tiesto.
For several years my passion for music led me to work in various nightlife venues as a deejay inside a booth where I could enjoy playing those songs that amuse us or awaken certain feelings in us.
Since I was little, technology has been a field of curiosity for me. When I was 12 years old, I was lucky enough to acquire my first computer, an x386, although I had already had contact with the Amstrad CPC 464 and that green screen. It was clear that technology would be a source of inspiration in my professional development.