Engineer. Filmmaker. Media & Arts Technologist.
I’m a filmmaker, sound engineer and media & arts technologist from Spain.
I attended engineering school in Málaga and got my degree in audio and video engineering, while I also took part in filmmaking and audio production workshops. Then I worked as a music researcher in projects that combined music and technology with educational purposes.
In 2017 I got my MSc in Media and Arts Technology at Queen Mary University of London. As part of the masters curriculum, my colleagues and I made the documentary "Retroism now. Vinyl revival in the digital age".
I did my thesis project at BBC R&D, where I studied the Mixed Reality device Microsoft Hololens and explored new ways to enhance storytelling with AR.
Then, I started collaborating in several projects as editor or filmmaker. At the same time I developed my own film projects.
In 2020 I studied Film Directing in School Training (Málaga), where I worked in my classmates shortfilm projects as 1st AD or production assistant. I also teamed up with three colleagues and we produced the musical shortfilm “Cani, el musical”, of which I am producer, scriptwriter and 1st AD. We successfully funded it through a crowdfunding campaign. In the summer of 2020, I worked as a wardrobe trainee at Macarena Astorga’s feature film “La casa del caracol”. I currently study film scriptwriting at Escuela de Guion de Madrid, while I prepare my first professional short film as director.
Expert Degree on Film Direction
School Training Málaga. 2020
M.Sc. in Media and Arts Technology
Queen Mary University of London. 2016–2017
Degree in Audio and Video Engineering
University of Málaga. 2013–2014
B.Eng. in Audio and Video Engineering
University of Málaga. 2007–2013