Writer/director from Barcelona, living in London. He recently graduated from an MA Filmmaking at the London Film School, where he wrote and directed the short films The Death of Don Quixote, which won the Meliès d'Argent at the 51st Sitges International Film Festival, and Calladita, currently in post-production.
In 2014, he started writing about cinema for Jot Down Magazine and Miradas de Cine, were he has published lengthy interviews with several acclaimed directors: Pawel Pawlikowski, Olivier Assayas, Albert Serra, Terence Davies, Whit Stillman, Pedro Costa, Jaime Rosales, Isaki Lacuesta, Oliver Laxe, and others.
In 2015 he graduated from a Bachelor in Business Administration at ESADE, and completed the first half of a Bachelor in Humanities at University Pompeu Fabra. After college, he worked as a copywriter in several offices of a Spanish advertising agency, SCPF, for clients like BMW, IKEA and San Miguel.
He is currently writing the screenplay of the feature film Calladita, which was selected by the prestigious Spanish development program DAMA Ayuda. He also works creating short documentaries for platforms like Bloomberg, The Telegraph or Reuters.