Film, theater and advertising director. Playwright and photographer.

Winner of the SILVER CONDOR AWARD for his latest film La Chancha (2020), and nominated for the ACE AWARDS as BEST ARGENTINE THEATRAL AUTHOR for his play Late el corazón de un perro, which is currently in its sixth season in Buenos Aires, piece which also obtained, in 2018, the SPECIAL JURY PRIZE for playwriting awarded by the FNA.

He has recently premiered his latest work, Killing an Elephant, selected to be part of the programming of the CERVANTES NATIONAL THEATER 2024.

He co-directed the first season of the series Contracapa, launched in 2019 on TV Brasil.

In 2006, he premiered his debut film Chile 672, co-directed with Pablo Bardauil, which won awards at national and international festivals.

In 2015 he released his feature film, La Vida After and won, among others, the BEST FILM AWARD at the international festivals of Bogotá (Colombia) and Caldera (Chile). He directed the miniseries If I Fall in Love Again, for open digital television.

During the years 2007 to 2014 he served as a professor of Screenplay I at the Universidad del Cine.

As a photographer, he was invited by the Emilio Caraffa Museum in the city of Córdoba to exhibit his work in an individual exhibition, within the framework of the 2017 program.