After receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts in drawing and printmaking from the University of Central Florida in 2018, Rosato worked as a printer at UCF’s Flying Horse Editions, a collaborative printmaking research space for visual artists. His work aims to expand what it means to be Latino by exploring Latino affect, which was encouraged by his experience abroad on a Fulbright Fellowship in Ghent, Belgium researching non-toxic printmaking techniques. Being the only non-white researcher, he was inspired to explore his experience of being both white and Latino and articulate a deeper connection to Latinx identity. Rosato currently lives and works in Evergreen, CO after relocating from Philadelphia, PA, where he received his MFA in Printmaking at Temple University on University Fellowship in 2022. Rosato works across a diverse range of processes, including glass, printmaking, drawing, sculpture and painting.