Born in Santiago, Chile in 1982. He studied composition at the University of Chile with Jorge Pepi Alos, Aliosha Solovera, Pablo Aranda and Cirilo Vila.
Since 2005 he study and investigate the new possibilities of the interaction between musicians and computers, first at GEMA (Department of Electro-acoustic Art Music of University of Chile) and then at LATEM (Music Technology Laboratory of Pontifical Catholic University of Chile). As a result of this research, he composes music with real time electronics. One of these compositions is the song cycle “Instantaneas, 7 songs for voice, ensemble & live electronics”.
In 2009 he receives the DAAD scholarship, which gave him the opportunity to continue his studies in Germany.
Currently, he isfinishing his Master in Composition & Computer music in the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart, Germany, with Oliver Schneller, Piet Meyer and Marco Stroppa.