A graduate in Stage Directing and Playwriting from the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático he holds a PhD from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Highlights of his dramatic production include: La geometría del trigo (2019), National Award for Dramatic Literature 2019; Los días de la nieve (2017), Lorca Prize 2019 for the Best Author; Todas las noches de un día, winner of the 3rd AAT Theatre Texts Competition; La piedra oscura, Max Prize for the Best Theatre Author 2016 and the Ceres Award for Best Actor 2016, among others; Ushuaia, Ricardo López de Aranda Prize 2013; Cliff (acantilado), winner of the 4th LAM Competition 2010; Húngaros, National Award for University Theatre 2000, and Fiebre, runner-up for the National Prize for Short-Format Theatre in 1999.
He has also been responsible for various stage adaptations and re-writings: Medea (Teatre Lliure, together with Lluís Pasqual), Electra (Spanish National Ballet and Teatro de la Zarzuela, 2017), Fuenteovejuna (Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico, 2017), Troyanas (Classic Theatre Festival of Mérida, 2017), Rinconete y Cortadillo (Sexpeare Teatro, 2016), Amor de don Perlimplín con Belisa en su jardín (Autumn in Spring Festival /Metatarso, 2016) and Proyecto Homero/Odisea (La Joven Compañía 2016), among others.
He is a regular contributor to the cultural supplement La Esfera de Papel and to the AISGE digital journal. He has published En esta casa (2020), his second book of poetry following Si descubres un incendio (2017).