I’m a Mexican graphic designer, born in Chihuahua in 1979. Since before I was one, I’ve been travelling from city to city, and I’ve lived in a total of 9 cities in Mexico (5 cities before I started my degree). Due to this, I’ve always considered myself a foreigner. I wasn’t from here or there, until I settled in Ciudad Juárez. I studied my degree in graphic design in Chihuahua at the Escuela Superior de Comunicación Gráfica (ESCOGRAF), where I received an automatic qualification. I’ve worked as a graphic designer for more than ten years, and as university lecturer for more than four. Both periods of work have played a large part in my life, and graphic design has been a very gratifying experience because conceptualising, preparing, creating, communicating and launching a product or corporate identity, as well as designing publicity campaigns for new or more established businesses, generates a great deal of learning, which I have transformed into experiences that have been of great help in my role as university lecturer, as that is the best way to contribute to learning. If, one day, I had to choose between either teaching or graphic design, I would without a doubt choose the former, since it requires constant preparation, updating and, for me, there’s no better satisfaction to be had than training the graphic designers of tomorrow.