He was born in Buenos Aires in 1948.
His training began at the ACE (Asociación Cine Experimental), where he made a documentary and fiction short films, and made contact with the photographic technique, specializing in photographs of works of art. As a photographer, I record much of the theater produced in Buenos Aires in the last 30 years. His photos were published in various media in the country and abroad, and are part of several private collections.
In 2004 he was nominated by the UBA (2004 Teatro del Mundo award) as the best theatrical photographer for his work in the play "La Señora Macbeth", by Griselda Gámbaro.
He was selected as an exhibitor at the National Hall of Visual Arts 2005, 2006, and 2007.
Since 1994 he has worked as a photographer for the National Academy of Fine Arts.
In 2008 he was awarded the Theater of the World award as the best theatrical photographer of 2008, for his work in the play "La Pesca", by Ricardo Bartis.
As a photographer of painting, sculpture, art objects, and landscapes, I make the following books:
• Arts & Crafts of Argentina, Rizzoli International Publications, New York (1999).
• Mapuches def Neuquen -Arte y Cultura en la Patagonia Argentina, Luz Editora (2001 ).
• Xu/Solar, una utopia espiritualista (2002).
• Xu/Solar en el Museo Reina Soffa de Madrid (2002).
• Aventura en las Pampas - Los pintores franceses en el Rio de la Plata (2003).
• Percepciones Africanas (2005), Eduardo Mc Entyre.
• Te/eras - Memorias def monte quichua, Ediciones Arte Etnico Argenti no (2005).
• Argentina, los anos dorados, Dodero-Cros (2007).
· 2009: Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires.
· 2007: El Nirantal, Villa La Angostura, Neuquen.
· 2006: Fotogaleria - Teatro San Martin I Teatro Margarita Xirgu, Buenos Aires.
· 2005: Nordelta, Provincia de Buenos Aires.
· 2004: El Nirantal, Villa La Angostura, Neuquen.
· 2000: Cafe del Teatro, San Isidro.
· 1999: Babilonia, Buenos Aires.
· 1998: Alianza Francesa, Martinez.
· 2007 I 2006 I 2005: Salon Nacional de Artes Visuales, Buenos Aires.
· 2004: Teatro de La Ribera, Buenos Aires.
· 1999: Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires.