His first contact with art began with photography and graphic design. Emilio Vieites Aguiar’s first series of paintings was related to the cruelty of wars. He developed an artistic project based on the photography entitled "Los Niños de la Guerra" (War Children), by Gervasio Sánchez. At this time, he also painted several portraits, which were acquired some high-profile personalities such as the Duchess of Alba and Antonio Gala. Emilio Vieites Aguiar has volunteered for projects in the United Nations. His first big size painting was included in a collective exhibition organized by Caja Murcia and Amofrém, in order to raise money for children in Ethiopia. He also developed an art projects entitled "Rojo Sobre Humano", which is made up of several figurative works; "Gris Sobre Humano", a big size collection based on men´s tracks on their environment. Emilio Vieites Aguiar’s works have been exhibited in The Fine Arts Museum in Murcia (MUBAM). He also developed "Orígenes", which started to be developed after 9/11 and presents its implications on the society, "Humana Nidum" and "Mutaciones". He considers “Mutaciones” as the most import collection of his artwork with more than 300 pieces of art. Emilio Vieites Aguiar’s artwork is acquired by collectors in the USA, Europe and Russia.