Mexican / Artist / Architect / Academic
History of Science and History of Technology
University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (France).
Management and Enhancement of the Cultural and Historical Heritage
University of Evora (Portugal).
University of Padua (Italy).
Diploma Patrimoni Cientific, Tècnic i Industrial.
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, (Spain).
Conservando Colendoque. Diplomate Maiore de Patrimonio. Culturali Ecclesiae.
Pontificia Universitas Gregoriana, Rome, (Italy).
Iconography and Iconology, Reading of a Work of art, Spiritual understanding of the Contemporary Art, Restoration and Museography, History of the Art for the Cult I and II, Early Christian Art and Archaeology, Medieval art in Rome, Art and Liturgy, The Monreale Mosaics, Artists among faith and doubts, from Giotto to El Greco, Cataloguing, Buildings and Mystagogy, Architecture for the Cult, Medieval Architecture, Old Buildings for the Cult, Relative right to the Cultural Assets, Biblioteconomy, Archivístic, Pilgrimage Antique and Medieval.
Diploma in Theology
Universidad Iberoamericana, (Mexico).
B.A. In Architecture.
Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, (Mexico).
Scholarship from the European Community
Master’s Degree Erasmus Mundus TPTI
Scholarship from the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA). Mexico
Conservando Colendoque. Diplomate Maiore de Patrimonio Culturali Ecclesiae.
New Mexico Arts AIPP (Art in Public Places), Santa Fe NM (U.S.A). Finalist.
Parfum de Bethany Foundation, Saint Maurice (Switzerland). Residency.
Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (Italy). Summa cum laude.
Teaching and research
Conference: Pictorial vanguards of contemporary art. Abstraction processes.
Center of Arts of Querétaro. (Mexico).
Conference: Architect, architecture and praxis. Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla. (Mexico).
Speaker. Conference: Post Industrial Communities and Their Industrial Heritage.
Strategies for a Continuous Sustainable Evolution. American Anthropological Association.
112th Annual Meeting. Chicago. (U.S.A.).
Teaching Assistant. Michigan Technological University. (U.S.A.).
Lessons: Building America, World Cultures, and Global Issues.
Visiting Professor. Lesson: For a non-invasive archaeology, two case studies.
Porto Marghera, Venice; and Tlatelolco, Mexico.
Department of History and Geography, University of Padua (Italy).
Master's Degree Thesis. For an Interpretation Centre of the Porto’s Marghera Industrial Heritage (Venice).
The process of "Resignification" of the Cooling Tower - Nitrogen area. (ltaly).
Visiting Professor. Lesson: The Palace of Fine Arts Mexico, Archetype of the Architectural-Constructive Systems of its Time. University of Architecture of Venice, IUAV (Italy).
Technical evaluator of the academic program of Architecture. Autonomous Popular
University of the State of Puebla.
COMAEA, Mexican Council of Accreditation of Teaching Architecture, (Mexico).
Design Fundamentals, Architecture and Urban Projects II, III, VII.
Professor. Ibero-American University, Campus Golfo Centro, (Mexico).
Conservando Colendoque Thesis. Liturgical Adaptation, Mater Societatis Iesu Chapel,
Collegio Internazionale el Gesú, Rome, (Italy).
Professional Thesis. Revitalization, El Alto Neighbourhood, Historic Downtown of the City of Puebla
Defence of Cultural Heritage, (Mexico).
Selected Artistic / Architectural projects
Polyptych. The Tree - the Gardener - the Orchard. Project: Being there in art and church, art collections of the diocese. Museums of the Diocese of Regensburg, Germany
Design and development of altarpiece for the Parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Houston Texas. USA.
Project of iconographic and liturgical adaptation. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Houston Texas. USA.
Iconography program. Reception, 3 Children Martyrs of Tlaxcala, 25 Martyrs of the Cristera War, and Altarpiece: Apotheosis. Chapel of the Universidad Popular Autonoma de Puebla, Mexico.
Architectural project of adaptive reuse. Chapel and Atrium Hacienda de Santa Cruz Guadalupe. (XIX Century)
Architectural project of adaptation, iconography program, executive project, restoration and consolidation program, and resident project manager, Mater Societatis Iesu Chapel (XVI Century)
Collegio Internazionale del Gesú, Rome, Italy.
Research work: museographic and conservation problems, Ethnological Missionary Museum of the Vatican Museums, Vatican City.
Inventory, 190 paintings and sculptures (XV-XX Centuries) Collegio Internazionale del Gesú, Cappella Farnese, Cappella dei Nobili and Residenza del Gesú. Rome, Italy.
Restoration project and resident project manager, vaults and dome. Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Chihuahua, Mexico.