Panamanian-born American painter and photographer who became known greatest for his appropriation photography. He was attracted to artwork from a age group and after he went to college he instantly moved to NEW YORK to pursue artwork as a profession. His most well-known group of re-photographs was Cowboys, where he appropriated pictures of males from Marlboro advertisements. He was created in the after that U.S. Panama Canal Area to parents who worked well for the U.S. authorities. They moved back again to the claims soon thereafter. His early desire for Jackson Pollock influenced him to go after artwork.