He graduated in Fine Arts and Communication and Media Sciences. He was director of audiovisual pro- grams and projects at ICI, secretary general of TEIB (Ibero-American Television) and director general of the International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba). He has been a collabora- ting lecturer, guest lecturer, consultant and director of script courses at the Sundance Institute (in Barcelona) and in universities in Spain, Chile, the Dominican Repu- blic, Costa Rica or Argentina, among others.
He has been a jury for the Gabriel García Márquez Awards or the Margarita Xirgu Award for Radio Drama and for film festivals in Mexico, Spain, Argen- tina, Bolivia, the United States, Italy, Colombia or Greece, including BAFICI, ZINEBI, Cartagena de Indias, Trieste or Drama.
He has written more than a hundred articles on his specialised field of study in Spanish or American publications including: ‘Cuadernos Hispanoamerica- nos’, ‘TELOS’,‘Contracampo’, ‘Academia’, ‘Letra Inter- nacional’, ‘Ñ’ (cultural supplement of Argentine daily ‘Clarín’) or ‘Review: Literature and Arts of the Ameri- cas’ (The City College of New York). And he is the au- thor of the book ‘Ojos que no ven’, published in Spain by 8 ½ and in Argentina by Siglo XXI Editores, as well as the volume ‘En el borde de la montaña’ (Ollero y Ramos Editores).
Designer of new formats for cultural TV showss, scrip- twriting and documentary filmmaking, among them ‘Conversaciones de Formentor’, he is also a documen- taryproducer and delegate producer in series such like ‘Los cuentos de Borges’ or ‘Un mundo sin fronteras’.