In 1992 he graduated from the Faculty of Journalism in La Plata (Argentina).
Subsequently, and for several years, he combined his work as a teacher of workshops on contemporary literature and visual semiotics in his faculty with collaborations in Argentine newspapers such as Clarin, El Día and travel magazines.
After long journeys through South America and Asia, he decided to dedicate himself completely to photography. For this, in 2007 he settled in Catalonia and held several workshops with renowned photographers such as Rafa Badia, José Manuel Navia and Tino Soriano who did nothing but reinforce their way through documentary photography. Among other things, in 2010 he co-founded the first collective of urban photography in Spain: Calle 35.
He exhibited his work in Barcelona, Las Palmas, Ciudad Real, Miami, Perpignan and Buenos Aires. He participated in photography festivals such as Ojo de Pez Photo Meeting, Xavier Miserachs Biennial, DOCfield and Visa Off.
In April 2015 he published his first book: Colores Humanos. And a year later, she was a finalist for the Miami Street Photography Festival 2016
At the beginning of 2017, together with a group of photographers, they gave life to Quitar Fotos, which is expressed as a space for dialogue and dissemination of visual documentary proposals.
He currently collaborates with European magazines and photographic agencies; He conducts workshops, conferences and writes about documentary photography in his blog: Miradas Cómplices.
lives in Figueres, Catalunya