Always keen to create, Benjamin never found it hard to concentrate on art instead of maths throughout his education. Achieving top grades in photography and screen printing he then went on to study Trompe L oeil in Paris in the early nineties. His decorative painting years include Claridges Hotel in London, Beirut ( with a bodyguard ), and the Dakota Building in New York. Fulfilling his childhood dream he moved to Buenos Aires and where he lives today. His most well-known work is a Trompe L’oeil Mural next to the French Embassy in the Plaza Cataluña 1996.
Once asked by an interior designer "what is your style?" He replied, “I am a hooker with a brush“.
Willing to work with people to give them what they want and in doing so discover new styles and ways of painting. From origami t-shirts hanging in the presidential salon the Buenos Aires stock exchange to murals downtown Buenos aires and recently his interior watercolours he will try anything.