Composer, conductor and guitarist. In 2013, he obtained the honourable mention of the Municipal Music Prize of Caracas city in the category of short symphonic work. In 2015, he won the orchestra and the audience award for his Dawn Pieces at the 2nd Simón Bolívar National Composition Competition. Also, he obtained 3rd prize in the 2021 International Digital Music Festival in Shanghai, in the game music category.
His works have been performed in different countries such as Venezuela, Spain, Argentina, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and China. He studied for his Bachelor's Degree in Musical Composition with Blas Atehortúa and Miguel Astor and a Master's Degree in Music Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games from the Katarina Gurska Music Foundation in Madrid, Spain. Furthermore, he was a finalist in the Young Sights Contest of the International Organization for Youth 2017 and the winner of the commission of a work for the 2018 Alessandro Stradella Baroque Festival in Italy.
In 2015, he participated as an assistant and musical conductor of the soundtrack for the Venezuelan film "Luisa", with original music by Luis Laya, and in 2022 during his master's studies, he had the opportunity to score four short fimls for the Spanish Radio and Television Institute, The Septima Ars Film Academy, the Madrid Film Institute and the Barakha Film Academy.
He was a jury of the 1st International Composition Competition for Guitar America 2017, in turn, attended a masterclass with composers such as Bruno Mantovani (France), Luca Belcastro (Italy), Gerardo Gerulewicz (Venezuela) and Marlos Nobre (Brazil). In 2017, he was awarded a scholarship to attend music courses in Santiago de Compostela under the tutelage of the composer Antón García Abril and the conductor Maximino Zumalavé.