Hector was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he currently resides with his wife Silvana and daughter, Micaela. He had initially studied to become a lawyer but found his true passion was illustration. He began his career as a graphic designer and then eventually developed into an illustrator. Hector published his first illustration in Argentina at age 19. His work has appeared in advertising campaigns, magazines, newspapers and textbooks in several countries including Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Mexico. In 2002, Hector decided to pursue the American market and during his first visit to NY, he landed a series of books for Scholastic. While not illustrating, Hector enjoys playing soccer and perfecting his tango. |
Below are some of his recent books, El circo de las nubes by Estrella Ortiz (Miau), Yiddish Saves the Day by Debbie Levy (Behrman House), !NO ME CUENTES MÁS CUENTOS! by José Carlos Román (Abresueños), Los juegolines y la mancha que mancha by Rodrigo Ures (AZ EDITORA SA), Caperucita Roja & ¡Buenos días, Anita! by Lada J. Kratky (Santillana), Silly Stories by Zoey Flagg (Scholastic), Silly Time Stories by Robert Keith (Scholastic), Como de Costumbre by Alejandra Viacava (Edelvives), Tantas Adivinanzas Y Algunos Trabalenguas by Melantoni Enrique & Repun Graciela (Uranito), ¡Yo quiero ser valiente como Sauriana y Bronte! by Teresa Prost (Kirikoketa), Fun in the Mud by Christine Hartzler (Oxford), Big Kid Shoes written by Tori Kosara (Scholastic), Halloween Hide and Seek: Hidden Picture Puzzles by Jill Kalz (Picture Window Books), Old Mac Donald (Moving Windows) (Silver Dolphin), The Magic Words by Anna Prokos (Red Chair Press), Hickory Dickory Dock by Jenne Abramowitz (Scholastic), Jesus Loves Me published by Zonderkidz, and Trick or Treat Melissa Arps (Golden Books).
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