Born in Madrid in 1995. He studied Audiovisual Communication at the Carlos III University of Madrid where he graduated with an Academic Excellence Award. He finished his film studies at the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey and made his first short films in the city of Querétaro, Mexico.
Later, he began working as a documentary filmmaker for the series Madres: Amor y Vida, produced by Alea Media for Amazon Prime Video. There he wrote his first scripts for television and ended up writing five episodes over the first four seasons of the series. During this period, he took the Self-Referential Film workshop at the International Film School of San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.
In 2019 he starts writing the series FANÁTICO together with Yago de Torres and Federico Maniá, with whom he co-writes since then. The series starring Lorenzo Ferro about the world of urban music sees the light in July 2022 on Netflix. He is currently writing his first fiction feature film, “Oro Rojo”, with director Lucas del Fresno.