I was born in Teruel, Spain (the greatest truffle and ham manufacturer in the world), in 1986. I could have stayed there, cooking truffled eggs for a living but all the sudden a 56Kbps router and a passion instigated by Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, caused me to be completely fascinated with the Cinemascope 2,39 format along with the absurd part of life.
After passing through the ECAM (Madrid Cinema School), living in Italy, learning to cook amazing Carbonara and working for two years in postproduction and camera work, I went back to Madrid in 2013. There I started to direct, placing special focus on what seem to be my strong suits, comedy and food.
Now I go back and forth between living in Madrid and Mexico City, investing myself in my greatest passion. If we may one day cross paths, I swear I will cook the best Carbonara of your life, given that it is much cheaper than truffle.