Born in Novelda, Spain, December 1995, I’ve always wanted to become an artist. Once I was done with highschool, May 2013, I decided to begin working in the comic industry as a colorist, starting with “1936, La Batalla de Madrid” by Rafael Jiménez. While I was working on that, a Spanish writer called El Torres asked me to work with him, and so I entered the American comic market thanks to his editorial Amigo Comics. That same December, I joined a Spanish agency called Spanish Inq, through which I’ve worked in Dynamite, Sideshow, and Valiant. I’m working here in Kymera Press as a freelance, and I’m loving the series!
When I’m not coloring stuff, I’m also an illustrator, a scriptwriter, an English teacher/translator, LARPer, and I’ve got two comics of my own as well!
Prozaic, a slice of life about a girl forced to live with a cat: http://prozaic.weebly.com
Coyote Bison, a western comedy: http://tapastic.com/series/Coyote-Bison
And here’s my dA if you want to see more of my work: http://sandramj.deviantart.com
And yes… I always look angry.