Born in 1986, in Madrid, Spain.Lives and works in Alcalà de Henares, Spain.
He graduated in journalism at the Complutense University of Madrid and he has been part of the first graduate class of the Narrative Master of the Escuela de Escritores. In his second year of his master´s degree, he worked in his first novel: El Síndrome de Cotard.
In the month of July of 2010, he participated in the program “Urban Storytelling” in Turin, Italy, with writers and photographers from all over Europe. In this same month he wrote the texts of the “No Shelter” exhibition, where texts and photos (of Jaime Alekos) about a Second World War shelter are combined together. The exhibition was showed in the Noche en Blanco of Madrid that same year and later on in Scuola Holden, in Turin, and in Schule für Dichtung in Vienna.
Little texts written in the summer of 2010 during the Urban Storytelling event in Turin, Italy. It tells the story of a man who lives in Turin during the Second World War.