Ramon Rojo Realuyo took up Fine Arts at the University of the East School of Music and Arts, majoring in Advertising Arts. He worked as a Senior Art Director for several multinational advertising agencies (impact/BBDO, Fortune Promoseven/McCann Worldwide, Adrenalin Communications, and AD Council, to name a few) for more than two decades in the Middle East. He is a member of various art groups and associations (Art Association Of The Philippines, GACCE (Global Artists' Creative Collaboration For Empowerment), founding member: Filipino contemporary artists Bahrain, one of the organizers: Kulay Pinoy Jeddah, visual artists of Parañaque). He organized the impact/BBDO: Collection of Contemporary Art, an annual charity exhibition for the benefit of the Disabled Children's Association KSA. He's also the recipient of several awards and distinctions.
Presently, Ramon is developing styles and experimenting with various mediums specifically applicable to upcycling discarded and indigenous materials into pulp, the result of which are figurative sculptures and modern art pieces (paintures), which were started in the mid 90's, a continuing process with unlimited possibilities that does not only contribute to a green lifestyle but aesthetically enliven our daily lives.