His personal philosophy is to form creative and responsible persons through the Visual Arts.
Martin Moratillo (Peru, 1968) graduated from the PUCP Faculty of Art and the Faculty of Education. He developed his career as an illustrator, author, printmaker, and draftsman. Martin has been working in education since 1991. He holds a Bachelors degree in Visual Arts, and a Masters degree in Education Management. Martin taught in the UK and US as an artist and teacher visitor. He also traveled to Pakistan under a UNESCO scholarship to show his artwork and to teach drawing. In Peru, he taught Creativity, Art History and Drawing of the Human Figure in local universities and art schools.
Martin joined DAIS in 2013 with his wife Liana (photographer) and their two sons, Joaquin (visual artist) and Salvador (musician). Both young men graduated from DAIS.
Over the past two years, Martin has been giving talks and lectures to local art teachers in different cities of China, regarding Creativity, Art History, and Sustainability in Art Education. His personal philosophy is to form creative and responsible persons through the Visual Arts.