Animation Film Director with degree in Sound and Image from the Complutense University of Madrid.
In 1999 he directed the 2D animated short film William Wilson, which received a Special Mention at the Spanish Film Festival of Malaga. His next film, also in the animation genre and developed in 2D, is the short film Manipai (2003), a story set in Mayan America about a girl meant for ritual sacrifice. The short won the RTVA Award for Best Animated Short Film at the International Short Film Festival of Almeria and the Jury Prize at the International Short Film Festival of Odense (Denmark).
His third animated short is entitled La dama en el umbral (2007). Made in 3D, it is set in the early twentieth century and is based on the tale Le diner des busts, by the French writer Gaston Leroux (1868-1927). The film tells the story of a captain mesmerized by the image of a beautiful and mysterious woman that turns out to be the wife of an old acquaintance, also a captain.