Lorenzo studied at the American Academy of Fine Arts in New York and subsequently in workshops and foundries across the United States and Europe. Starting out as a painter in 1982, he soon discovered that a dimension was missing from his work and that he could not offer anything that had not already been offered by other artists before him. Turning to sculpture because of a deep-rooted need to create, he found this medium allowed him to convey his innermost feelings to the viewer.
His work is included in many impressive private collections throughout the world, which has lead to a prodigious amount of commissioned work. This includes being commissioned by the Vatican to sculpt the likeness of Saint Anthony and by the United Nations to produce a stamp for their collection. Lorenzo has also shown his work throughout the United States, South America, Europe and Asia.
Lorenzo has managed to absorb and combine all his diverse talents, enabling him to develop his own unique artistic style. His work reflects the clear, true vision of an artist who has matured far beyond his years in a stimulating, intellectual environment.