He began his acting career in 2001. A few years later he was took part of the Professional Improv League (LPI) in Buenos Aires between 2003 and 2006.
In 2006 he created Global Impro, an improv troupe dedicated to national and international collaboration and exchange. He's currently based in Madrid where he performs and teaches with Impromadrid and El Club de la Impro, two of the most important companies of the city.
Since 2011 he writes, edits and directs Status, an improv magazine with more than 2500 suscribers all over the world, and it's considered the most influential publication for the Spanish speaking improv community. Since 2017, the magazine is also available in English.
As a teacher, he specializes in the following workshops: Improvised Dramaturgy, The Tiny Glass Man, The Moment, The Invisible Director and Fantasy Grammar.
As a director, he has created and collaborated with different shows such as Swing! (2007), Vínculos (2010), ¿Qué había una vez? (2011), Ampersand (2013), Impronunciables (2013) and Un día cualquiera (2014).
Since 2001 he has taught and performed in different cities in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Canada, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Bulgaria.