Rafael has a masters degree in Higher Education from Universidad Ricardo Palma and a bachelors degree in Education from Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola. He also completed studies in Graphic Design at Instituto Toulouse Lautrec and Industrial Process and Systems at Cibertec. Currently, he is the Academic Coordinator of the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Art and Design program. He is also teacher of Graphic Design at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú School of Art. He has been the organizer of many international poster exhibitions in Lima, as well as seminars and workshops. He is the editor of publications such as ¡Bla! Gráfico, na! magazine and Nativa visual magazine. He has participated as a lecturer in many international congresses in Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Colombia, Greece and Spain. Rafael has more than 20 years of experience dedicated to teaching design and works as a consultant on design and visual identity in his own studio.