I graduated from the UCM (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) in 2004, with a degree in Journalism.
I started my career in the radio industry working as a reporter, writer and audio technician for the broadcasting magazine Fancine (recording, editing and mixing the whole magazine).
After several years (2002-2005) specializing in sound at different schools (CATA, Puerta Bonita, Ondas Formación), in 2008 I finally got my degree in Sound for Film at ECAM (Escuela de Cine y del Audiovisual de Madrid), obtaining a special distinction in my class.
Since 2007, I’ve worked as a freelance Sound Editor and Foley Mixer at several sound facilities in Madrid as Best Digital, Todd-ao 103 Studios, Deluxe 103 Studios, Pecera Estudio, Dulce Juanita, La Caja de Muu or Audioluna, and for production companies as Ida y Vuelta, Plural Entertainment, Avalon Productions, Enrique Cerezo P.C. or BRB International, among others.
In 2011, I set up my own audio post production facilities (Finding The Sound) where I work with my team as a Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Foley Artist, Re-Recording Mixer (sometimes even as a Production Sound Mixer) for feature films, documentaries, short films, commercials & others, depending on the project requirements, project budget and production needs. But I still work as a freelance in Spain and all over the world.
I work for many production companies such as Filmax Entertainment (International), Lee Films International, Think Mol Productions, Doxa Productions, Jaleo Films, Black Milk Productions, El Cabo Productions, Mano Negra Films, Video Mercury, La voz que yo amo, Dos de Catorce, or Corporate Films, among others. Some of the company brands or clients that I work for are: Coca-Cola, NY Times, Greenpeace, Ford, Vodafone, Nokia, Channel 4 UK, Hofmann, BalletBoyz, UK, RENFE, ONCE, SOS Rice, Doyen Auto or MAPFRE among others.
Many of the feature films, documentaries, short films & commercials I worked on, have been multiawarded (or being on Official Competition) at international film festivals in Europe and all over the world, such as: Premios Goya (Spanish Film Academy Awards), Locarno Film Festival, Warsaw Film Festival, Cannes, Sapporo, San Sebastián Film Festival, Sitges Film Festival, Málaga Film Festival, Sevilla International Film Festival, Cinespaña Toulouse, Riverrun, San Francisco Dance Film Festival, Santa Barbara Film Festival, Zinebi, Medina del Campo International Film Festival, Seminci, Alucine Toronto Latin Film Festival, LA HolyShorts, Shaan-E-Awadh, Stockholm Film Festival, Orense International Film Festival, Zaragoza Film Festival, Kalat Nissa Film Festival and many others.
I’ve been working as a sound teacher since 2005. I began at Ondas Formación, where I was the Sound for Film Department Coordinator, as well as one of the Production Sound, Sound Editing and Re-Recording Mixing teachers, until 2013.
In 2007 I joined Microfusa Sound School, where I developed and wrote the “Sound for Film Course Book Guide”, and where I worked as a teacher as well, until 2012.
Additionally, between December 2013 and January 2016, I became part of the faculty of Escuela CES, as a Sound for Film part-time teacher.
Currently, since 2017, I’m part of the faculty of TAI Arts, an university and film school based in Madrid (Spain), teaching subjects as Sound Editing and Sound Mixing.
“Best Sound” International Horror Film Genre Awards (Ontario, Canada. 2018). The award was for the Sound Design, Editing and Re-Recording Mixing for the short film “Gotas” directed by Sergio Morcillo.
“Best Sound” Cinemacurtas Film Festival (Galicia, Spain. 2013). This award was shared among the whole sound crew of the short film “Horizonte” directed by Aitor Uribarri, for which I was the Re-Recording Mixer.
“Premio Alta Qualitá Sonora 2013” (High Sound Quality Award) Kalat Nissa Film Festival (Caltanissetta, Italy. 2013). The award was for the Sound Design, Editing and Re-Recording Mixing for the short film “Amarillo Limón”, directed by Felipe Garrido, and it was the first time a film festival gave a sound award for a short film, in Italian film history. The award was created by “Gruppo Tematico per la Cinematografia Sonora” (based in Rome, Italy.).