David Azael is a Mexican visual artist, his professional work moves between drawing, photography, intervention and multimedia. His artistic research deals with the body, the self-portrait and the environment in which the artist moves. He studied the career of plastic and visual arts at "La Esmeralda" school of fine arts in Mexico. Since 1999 he began his artistic work participating in different events and exhibitions with the social art collective Neza Arte Nel, pioneer in Mexican street art. He performs a constant activity in the field of arts education, in different workshops and courses for public and private institutions. He has participated in different forums, museums and art fairs such as the Museum of Mexico City, the museum of modern art in Mexico, Zona MACO and Vive Latino. Fellow of the Stimulus Program for the Creation and Artistic Development of the State of Mexico in its XVIII and XIX Editions.