Born in May, 1960 in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
In 1985, he graduated as a graphic designer at the School of Visual Arts, Mar del Plata, coursing the Design cathedra with Alberto Potenza (former creative director of Agens, Buenos Aires). He founded with writers Cachi Garcia, Reig and Roberto Gispert, the editorial Rescue Books for Nothing. Runs along Osvaldo Fulgenzio the Photograph Gathering, Mar del Plata '85. Together with Miguel Deserio they founded the Luno Foundation. Engaged in close friendship with Edgardo-Antonio Vigo, from 1985 to 1997 (year in which Vigo dies) collaborating in projects, designing catalogs of his exhibitions and doing exhibitions together.
From 1986 to 1989 he lives in Barcelona, Spain. Throughout this period integrates Zimmermann Associates Design Studio, led by Yves Zimmermann. Developing works for Miro Foundation, Mies van der Rohe Foundation, Ibercámera, Editorial Gustavo Gilli, Ediciones del Serbal, among others. America Sanchez, Humberto Rivas and Norberto Chaves influenced his formation. Leaves Barcelona in 1990 moving to San Diego (California), to integrate the footwear and clothing company Reef as Art Director.
In 1991 he returns to Mar del Plata where in 1999 he founded along with Daniel Besoytaorube, the International Fund for Contemporary Art; NGO that received support from the Fundación Antorchas and Weft (International cooperation and confrontation among artists).
Since 2001 collaborates with Jorge Macchi designing the book-object Buenos Aires Tour. In 2005, again with Macchi, designed the book The Ascension, as part of the Argentina shipment to the 51st Venice Biennale.
Since 2002 runs alongside Claudia del Rio (Rosario) and America Sanchez (Barcelona) the Drawing Club.