Jorge began as an industrial designer working in automotive and wind energy companies, where he developed skills in computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM). He was also a trainer for CAD/CAM engineering software in aeronautics, metal working, molding, and naval industries. He started heritage work in 2004 working for a new company that preserved and restored Spanish history and heritage using laser and 3D printing technologies. In 2008 he created his own company providing 3D scanning and documentation services for archaeological sites across Spain, including several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. He moved to the United States to join the DHHC and currently does 3D modelling, laser scanning, CAD, and 3D printing.