I was born in México City, where through non-academic ways and with heterodox means I studied photography, motion graphics, 3D animation and cinema.

I started my audiovisual professional activities working with the production departments of CineXacto and CineCreativo, both advertisement production houses.
Later I got involved in the art departments of feature films, most notably ‘HIGHWAY PATROLMAN’ by ALEX COX, and ‘BEAT’ by GARY WALCOW.

Following my back then girlfriend I moved to Barcelona in 1995, where I met CARLES PADRISSA (founding member of 'LA FURA DELS BAUS') and FRANC ALEU (URANO FILMS), with whom I worked on the creation of interactive video-models for the conception of the first operas of 'LA FURA'. This collaboration led me to MANUEL HUERGA, who enlisted me among the working team of his television project BTV (BARCELONA TELEVISIÓ), a local avant-garde channel that broke new ground in the world of television.

There I performed graphics and editing functions for 6 years, as well as the realization of some T.V. programs.

At that time, together with KIKOL GRAU, FÉLIX PÉREZ-HITA and ANDRÉS HISPANO, we created the ‘GABINETE DE CRISIS, UN PROGRAMA DE TELEVISIÓN QUE NO VERÁ EN TELEVISIÓN’ (’A TELEVISION PROGRAM YOU WON'T SEE ON TELEVISION'), that got a special mention in the "Festival Zemos98" and was the winner of the "1st animalario  festival" (Seville, 2007).

At the end of the golden period of BTV (with Huerga as director, 1997-2003), I began my activity as a freelance editor, working for several people and institutions from the cultural/artistic field as well as those from the television and commercial world.