From an early age Ricardo has been showing his inclination towards the art. He studied music at several conservatories, such as Music Conservatory Jose Angel Lamas, Conservatory Juan José Landry and also Simon Bolivar Conservatory. At the beginning he dedicated him to playing the bass in lines of an orchestra, for example in the Chacao Youth Orchestra, Youth Arcos de Venezuela and a while in the Orchestra of Simón Bolívar del Táchira y Sinfónica from Mérida. Although he has always been showing his drawing skills and connection to art, it was not until 1998 that he decided to organize workshops in drawing and paintings together with Master Felix Perdomo in the Christobal Rojas Art School and that was the moment which influenced him the most.
A few years later he got married and dedicated him to the graphic design and advertising. Although he was studying journalism at the University Institute of Technology in Venezuela, he carried on drawing and painting for pleasure or sometimes when he got placed an order for that. In 2008, the Editorial Santillana Group published the first children's book called Corvus and Flower, illustrated by him. Then in 2009 he cooperated with the writer Fedosy Santaella and illustrated his extraterrestrial book called Miguel Luna. In 2010 he participated as an illustrator in children’s story book called Cardboard Island written by Elvia Silvera published by Santillana. He has been also working as a caricaturist of the El Salitre newspaper of Carayaca in la Salina, the State of Vargas for more than 5 years. In late 2010 and early 2011 he decided to dedicate himself only to art. He uses his house in La Guaira as an atelier where he currently lives and also works every day.