Born in Bilbao (Spain) in 1976. He starts learning music at the age of 5 and playing piano 5 years later. His style is nourished by several film composers as diverse as John Williams, Danny Elfman, Michael Kamen, Randy Newman and Hans Zimmer.
His first movie score was "Dreams" (2001), a psychologist short thriller. Later he has composed more than a 50 scores, including the BSOSpirit's (www.bsospirit.com) contest winner hymn, the multi-awarded short films "Perpetuum Mobile" and "Daisy Cutter", and "Don't ask me to kiss you because I will" a large orchestral score, recorded with the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, and honoured with the Jerry Goldsmith awards to "best young composer" and "best movie score" in 2009.
His filmography also includes the feature films "Zombie Farm" (Ricardo Islas), "Full Moon" (Luis Marías), and most recently the animated comedy "Pos Eso" (Samuel Orti) (www.poseso.com) and the thriller "Fire" (Luis Marías) starring José Coronado.
Besides his work as a music composer and piano player, he has also worked in several projects as orchestrator, arranger and sound designer.