A theater director who trained at the Teatro La Memoria Research Center, he has worked as a theatrical creator since 2003. His pieces have emerged from dramatic texts, some of them classics, although he has also adapted literary works. Partido, Comida alemana, La señorita Julia, Castigo, Paso del Norte, No despiertes a los niños and Locutorio are some of the plays he has put on in Santiago and at festivals abroad.
He has a PhD in Literature and a Masters in Creative Writing from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of New York (NYU) and a Masters in Hispanic Philosophy from the Spanish National Research Council in Madrid (CSIC). He graduated in Arts from the Theater Department at the University of Chile (DETUCH). He’s the author of an important number of dramatic works, including La amante fascista (2011) and Gastos de representación (2015), both winners at the National Theater Exhibition.