He studied graphic design, advertising and marketing, being one of the founders of PUC TV. In 2000, he left Brazil, went to Spain and came back. He founded the studio MONO, where he directed and produced authorial video, animation and graphic design projects. In 2005, his first animated short, “The History of Coffee”, was selected for Anima Mundi. He directed the children’s television series, Dango Balango produced by Rede Minas and shown nationally by TV Cultura, TV Ra-Tim-BUM and TV Brazil, in addition to directing two short fictions, “Dona Clotilde” and “El Matador”. He earned a Professional of the Year Award and four Columnists awards, as well as a few Show Up and Colibri awards. Since 2007, he has been working as a stage director for producers in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.