He holds a degree in Stage Direction and Dramaturgy from the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático in Madrid and a PhD from the Complutense University in Madrid.
He is the author of the following plays: Todas las noches de un día(winner of the 3rd AAT Play Contest), La piedra oscura (premiered at the Teatro Solís in Montevideo, the Centro Dramático Nacional in Madrid, the Moscow Art Theatre, the 2nd Festival of Spanish Theatre in London and the Teatre Lliure. Ceres Award for the Best Playwright in 2015. Published by Ediciones Antígona), La extraña muerte de una cupletista contada por su perro (published in the 2nd Playwriting Laboratory of Fundación Autor), Cliff (acantilado)(winner of the 4th LAM Contest 2010. Published by Fundación Autor. Premiered in Buenos Aires and Madrid), Ushuaia (Ricardo López de Aranda Award 2013. Published by the Association of Stage Directors), Húngaros (selected for the 11th Festival of Contemporary European Dramaturgy of Chile 2011. University Drama National Award 2000. Published in Primer Acto).
Moreover, he is the author of several translations and stage adaptations: Retablo de peregrinos for Las huellas de la Barraca 2010; El premio del bien hablar by Lope de Vega; La barca del infierno by Gil Vicente; El banquete (Fringe 2013); El examen de los ingenios by Juan de Huarte (Almagro Off Festival 2013) and La mujer del monstruo (Frinje 2015). He has also written the librettos of the musical shows Versa est, premiered at Ávila cathedral in 2011, and La chica del XVII o el corral de los cuplés, for Alcalá de Henares’ Corral de Comedias in 2011. His most recent dramatisations include Rinconete y Cortadillo for Sexpeare Teatro, premiered at the Teatros del Canal, and Odisea, within the Homer Project for La Joven Compañía in 2016.