Sen arrived from El Salvador as a five year old child and was raised by his devoted grandmother in the Westlake District of Los Angeles. Westlake is a district known for decades as a magnet for Central American refugees and is now home to one the most vibrant Maya communities in the United States. Often escaping the social pressures of urban life by developing and creating/drawing imaginative unique characters and landscapes, Sen progressively developed an exceptional social environmental consciousness. His dedication and display of natural talent and artistic abilities drew the attention of community members who sought his help and tasked him with producing signs, and designing flyers for local community events. Sen’s interdisciplinary artistic expertise has led him to work and volunteer for several organizations in the non-profit sector. These include the Central American Resource Center, Plaza De La Raza School of Performing Arts, St. Elmo Village, Americorps (Public Allies Los Angeles) to name a few. He is presently working as the Youth & Art Coordinator for All Peoples Community Center in South Los Angeles teaching art to children and youth. His community dedication and volunteerism has landed him interviews on radio stations such as KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles. Sen is constantly painting in different media; he continues to revitalize and beautify the streets of Los Angeles with murals.