The bedrock of my career as Set Designer was the experience I accumulated over six years while working with the Cuban theater company Teatro de La Luna. With them, I began to understand and explore the intricate world of scenery design and making. The work was always full-filling and challenging and involved a great deal of responsibility.
A particular rewarding moment was when my careers as visual artist and Set designer converged. Up until then, they had developed along separate paths as if disjointed. Upon the request of the company Director, Raul Martin, I progressed from initially being a technician and eventually a set designer to creating visual art for several theater plays.
My work with the Teatro de La Luna company spans three countries and 7 plays: Delirio Habanero by Alberto Pedro; Heaven by Fritz Kater; The First Time by Michal Walczak; The Golden Dragon by Roland Schimmelpfennig; Los Siervos by Virgilio Piñera; The Lady From the Sea by Henrik Ibsen; and lastly El Banquete Infinito by Alberto Pedro. The scene and costume design of Banquete Infinito was solely mine, based on my BFA graduating thesis.