I was born in Zamora, Spain, in 1984.

In 2008 I graduated on Performance and Visual Art at the University of Brighton, UK. There, I started working in collaboration with Sam Pearson as Me and the Machine, creating numerous award-winning video installations and participative performances that toured internationally and got to be part of programmes such as the British Council Showcase, Im-presentables at La Casa Encendida in Madrid, Alexandrinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, BAC One-on-One Festival in London, Experimentica in Cardiff, De Balie in Amsterdam, Forest Fringe, National Review of Live Art in Glasgow, Teatro da Corte in Torino, Future Everything, MUTEK in Montreal, Temps d'Images in Dusseldorf and many others.

In 2012 I took a break from my work in the arts, went back to Spain and dedicated four years to participating in antiauthoritarian social and cultural projects and political direct action.

From 2016 to 2018 I studied a Theatre Master at DAS Graduate School (previously known as Das Arts) in Amsterdam. Since then I have developed a solo practice based on interventions and documented processes of research. Some have been lately exhibited at Centro Cultural Conde Duque in Madrid, Zurcher Theatre Spektakel in Zurich and EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam.

Currently, I am taking part in the Independent Studies Programme (PEI) at MACBA, Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, for which I have been granted one of the programme's scholarships.