David was born and raised in Puerto Rico. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the School of Fine Arts in San Juan, Puerto Rico with a BA in Fine Arts, with a major in Sculpture. As a student, he won several important awards and grants and was able to exhibit his work in one of the most prominent Art Museums of the Caribbean, the Ponce Art Museum. In 2000, due to the medical needs of his oldest son, he decided to move to Florida; leaving behind everything he had accomplished in the art world, along with all his tools and art. While getting established in Central Florida, and rebuilding his tool inventory and a new body of work, he had the opportunity to learn the full process of Bronze casting while working for a Foundry and was able to make his own series of Bronze sculptures. It wasn’t until 2007, that he was able to start showing his sculptures in Florida. Since then he has participated in several juried collectives and Art Festivals around the United States. He has enjoyed great acceptance by the public and has been able to place some of his sculptures in Museums and Corporate Offices such as the Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL., Museum of Florida Art, Deland, Fl., College of Central Florida, Ocala, FL. Several other sculptures have gone to private collectors all around the United States, South America, Puerto Rico, and Curacao.