Oskar learnt to paint by himself as a child in Mexico by copying the Old Masters. He had his first solo exhibition at the age of 8, followed by several exhibitions at La Casa de la Cultura de Chihuahua y Juárez, the Tecnológico de Monterrey (where he was awarded a scholarship during his middle and high school) before moving to London, UK at the age of 16. He completed his Bachelor of Arts at the Central St. Martins School of Art and Design, where he was exposed to a multicultural world, immersed in a wealth of iconography from various cultures.

He then completes a Master's Degree at the London Film School, one of the 5 most prestigious film schools in the world. His short film "Dirty Work" is admitted to the Cannes Film Festival - Short Film Corner. Among some awards and honorable mentions as an artist and filmmaker, he won first place at the Chihuahua City Film Festival with his thesis short film "Light Feet", which also won the Liv Ullmann Peace Award at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival, 56th Columbus International Film Festival, Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival among others. "Light Feet" has been recognized for being the first film recorded entirely in the Rarámuri indigenous language, with a cast composed entirely of indigenous artists and filmed throughout the state of Chihuahua, Mexico.

His documentary Behind The Mountains was filmed in the Sierra Tarahumara over six months, where he made known the problems suffered by several indigenous orphanages, the scarcity of resources and food scholarships, thus obtaining a Special Human Rights Award granted by the former governor of the State of Chihuahua, José Reyes Baeza Terrazas, for its representation of the rights of indigenous children and dissemination of Chihuahuan culture in the world.

At 26, he became the youngest member of the Directors Guild of Great Britain at the time. He also becomes a founding member of ICACH A.C. in Chihuahua, the first film commission in northern Mexico, taking on the task of directing the creation of the first database of artistic talent in his home state, once again promoting the film industry in northern Mexico and boosting Chihuahuan talent. Among his 6 written scripts, it is worth mentioning that "Cielo Abajo" (currently in development) was recognized by the Morelia City Film Festival (MORELIALAB) as one of the 10 Best Scripts Of Mexico Without Producing, the same year he founded his own production company Khoda Productions, with which he made audiovisual content for international brands such as Paul Smith, Mentis International and Hogan Assesments.

After 17 years in the UK, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he took over the painting department at Palos Verdes Art Center (the oldest art institute in Los Angeles), teaching from beginners to professional artists of all ages. He exhibits his work on international platforms such as LA Art Show, represented by renowned galleries such as Fred Gallery (London), Jean-Marc Gallery (Hollywood), SCAA Gallery (San Diego) and develops advertising campaigns whilst supporting the Latino community in the United States.

Currently, he is working on the feature film "Going Live" starring the first actress and singer Astrid Hadad, Ferny Ruíz and other top talent. This will be a social impact film for the Latino community along the U.S.-Mexico border. The mission of this film is to hire Hispanic talent and support 150 cancer patients through various cancer associations such as CIMA Hospital, Narices Rojas A.C. and Fundacion Dibujando Un Mañana A.C.