Storytelling is at the core of Roberto’s penchant for creating. From an early age, he would write short stories that used his imagination and surroundings as main characters, developing a constant influx of resources that transformed into the tools he would later turn into a career.
His work as an audiovisual artist has also been featured in collective exhibitions like Trampolín (Casa del Soldado – Panama City, 2017) and América Late (Casa América – Madrid, 2017).
Fluent both in Spanish and English, Roberto has helped companies and brands from different parts of the world develop written material that incorporates the depth of his work and the practical needs they require.
In addition, Roberto's extensive experience as a voice-over artist has allowed him to work with important brands in Latin America, being featured as the voice of the Panama Canal Visitor Center.