Sebastián Boado Montero was born in Buenos Aires Argentina in 1971 and raised in San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonic city.
During highschool he works as ski instructor and was the ice hockey school team captain.
In 1989 he moves to Buenos Aires to study medicine at the University of El Salvador.
In 1992 starts his first world trip. Flyes to Miami (United States) and goes north by land.
On the 29th of April 1992 he arrives to Alaska (2 days before Christopher McCandless, "Into the Wild" main character).
At the age of 21 lives 4 months in Alaska, working in tourism and exploration ships.
Goes back to Argentina by land, going all over United States, Mexico and Guatemala.
In 1993 he restarts his medical career at the public University of Buenos Aires.
During winter works as a fishing and rafting guide in Bariloche. During summer he goes across Ecuador and the colombian jungle.
Continues his studies in Buenos Aires working as a roller hockey coach.
In 1996 quits university and goes back to Bariloche.
Works as the Llao Llao Hotel's main carpenter during 2 years, a 5 star hotel in Bariloche. Begins to sculpt and carve wood in his own studio.
At the age of 28 he moves to Europe. Visits Vienna (Austria) and Prague (Czech Republic).
Stays 2 years in Copenhague (Denmark) studying at Keterminde Hojskole, Arts school.
Continues sculpting and starts painting with acrylic and watercolour.
Resides with danish artists, follows The Artist's Way by Jules Cameron and makes his first exhibitons.
Goes traveling the sea during 3 months on "Big Bear", an old 3 mast wood sailboat. Participates of "Tall Ship Race", from Stocolm, Sweden to Germany. Asserts his interest for the art of navigation.
In 2001 starts a new phase committed with watercolour and writing.
Writes 2 novels and 3 theatre scripts, participates on literary contests while exhibiting and selling his watercolour artwork.
In 2003 he moves to Ilha Grande, Brazil. Lives in his own sailboat called "Sombra" (Shade).
Improves his drawing line and starts working with all sort of materials, including rubbish. Recycling becomes an essential part of his work.
Paco is born, he's only son, with a spinal atrophy diagnosis. Goes back to the city for his treatment and settles in Buenos Aires.
Period painting on canvas. Makes expositions and participates in local exhibitions.
In 2008 starts Atelier Casepuente, an old traiditional house in a 600sq metre area, located in a corner of Beccar, San Isidro's district, north side of Buenos Aires. From being abandoned he transforms the place in his workshop, an art gallery, exhibition centre and also a Bar & Restaurant open from Thursday to Saturdays (and Sundays before holiday) from 8 pm.
In 2009 starts "Puertas Abiertas" based in San Isidro's area, Buenos Aires.
Originally from France and Brazil, Puertas Abiertas is an Art Festival celebrated during scheduled days in wich artists open the doors of their ateliers and studios, promoting art and bringing it closer to people.
Sponsored by San Isidro's Municipality, in 2013 has been the 7th edition of Puertas Abiertas Downtown San Isidro, and the 2nd of Puertas Abiertas Uptown San Isidro.
In 2013, SBM has also organized for the 5th consecutive year the Kermesse of San Isidro that takes place in the main park of the district on the local's saint (San Isidro Labrador) commemorative day. SBM has been developing the art of games of the world since his early days.
For the San Isidro's Kermesse he designed and built giant games with goals and challenges, on grass and water, with aim or luck, that attracts and entertain children and adults.
His atelier offers handmade games from different cultures and times. He also has a permanent exposition at San Isidro's "Museo del Juego" (Game Museum).
To be continued...