Jimenez loves caricature and was a community newspaper editorial artist and government magazine cartoonist. He is passionate in charcoal portraits and watercolor painting and became recipients of drawing and painting awards. He was then a working student and served for more than a decade in Government Service as a Draftsman and Artist Illustrator. He later left the government service and joined as an associate of his close friend's architectural office. Jimenez's
architectural career has brought his interest in construction & carpentry. As an artist, he is fond of unique architectural design and precision in detail. His obsession to explore section drawing details led him to attend a formal training in carpentry. Jimenez endearment in building construction explored his creativity to larger forms. Because he is eager to perform the trade, he became a self-taught handyman which carpentry and wood working become his past time
hobby; this is includes his fond in sculpture. Finally, Jimenez studies in Visual Arts and Graphic Design have given him the opportunity to learn an extensive knowledge in digital media and imagery from his previous years of dependency as a self-taught artist. As a part of the Visual Arts courses, he further explored his interest in Video Production, Digital Media and Photography.