Originally from Mexico City in Mexico, B-Boy Hill now lives in Zurich, Switzerland.
A member of Unik Breakers, he started breaking in 1999 at the age of 13, getting into the dance because of his love of rap music and because he enjoys the challenge of mastering each move.
Hill saved up money by working in a theatre in Mexico and started travelling to battles in Europe. He then spent some time in Germany before finally moving to Switzerland.
With a power moves-based style that he says is versatile and unexpected, Hill never had an actual teacher in breaking, but was inspired and guided by Spanish B-Boy Rudy Rock from Lunaticks crew.
Hill has plenty of titles to his name, including winning the IBE power moves battle three times, in 2009, 2010 and 2013, winning the IBE Super Solo battle in 2010, and winning the Red Bull BC One Switzerland Cypher twice, in 2016 and 2017. But Hill is most proud of continuing to dance and improve every year.
Hill's family and wife, Katya, are what's most important to him and he wants to use breaking as a tool for expression, as well as wanting to become a teacher and director of his own shows and projects with dancers, breakers, actors, rappers and singers.