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I was born in Madrid in 1982 in a family that devoured art and music.


I spent half of my life playing classical guitar, eventually achieving a Degree by the Real Conservatorio Superior de Madrid in 2006. In my teenage years I fell in love with progressive and classic rock and started playing electric guitar, forming the band Psicotropia, with whom I would release three albums and toured extensively in festivals around the world. 


In 2009 I moved to London, taking the big step towards becoming a professional musician in one of my favorites cities in the world. After obtaining a Diploma in Higher Education in Popular Music Performance at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, I soon began working in studios and as a live guitar player for many bands and artists in the pop music scene. 


For the past few years, I have been lucky enough to work with some incredible artists such as AdeleLana del Rey, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Carly Paoli and the London Philarmonic Orchestra, Amaia Montero, Syn Cole and many more.


I have recorded in some of the most iconic studios in London like Abbey Road, The Church Studios, Angel Studios, Air Edel or State of the Ark just to name a few, and played some of the biggest festivals and venues in the country, such as Glastonbury, Isle of Wight Festival, V Festival, London O2 Arena, Royal Festival Hall or Shepherds Bush Empire. 


I have recorded with producers Paul Epworth (Adele, Paul McCartney, U2), Jim Lowe (Stereophonics), Ed Harcourt (Sophie Ellis-Bextor) and Martin Terefe (Jason Mraz, James Blunt) among others. Also, I have worked in film soundtracks, recording with composers Maurizio Malagnini and Peter Salem for the BBC One productions Call the Midwife and the film The C-Word and with composer Nikolaj Torp Larssen for the soundtrack of the Norwegian film Framing mom



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