He was born in 1987 in Buenos Aires. He entered the Universidad del Cine in 2006, where he studied directing and in 2009 he studied editing and production at SICA. From 2010 until the end of 2012 he worked for Nah! Contents, editing commercials and web series. In 2013 he moved to São Paulo where he lived for four years, where he continued working freelance for different directors and producers. He made the montage of three feature films: Morning-Afternoon-Night (Perez Veiga, Falasca and Spiner-2013) The Mate (Bruno Kott-2015) and Esse Viver Ninguém Me Tira (Caco Ciocler-2015). In the year 2016 and 2017 he worked in the Mar del Plata Festival in projection and during those years he lived between Buenos Aires and Tel Aviv working in production and finalization.