Journalist based in México as correspondent for the international TV, Deutsche Welle, while covering Latin America from eight countries, several times in Venezuela. Before living in Colombia and Greece working on the debt crisis and refugee wave for Spanish TVs and newspapers. Writing and Broadcasting for his own. He lived also in Germany and Brazil and speaks six languages. Studies on Journalism in UAB, Barcelona. Internship in EL PAÍS. Recognized as Best Young Spanish Journalist and awards for the written features 'The Colombian town that adopts corpses', 'La Peste, where bodies are hidden in Venezuela' and 'Reporters at risk (Mexico)'. Author of the books Syriza, la gran esperanza rota (UOC, 2016) and Crónica de una paz incierta. Colombia sobrevive (Círculo de Tiza, 2018).
Feature of an uncertain peace. Colombia survives, 22 stories on the field to portray the most important facts of the half century conflict in Colombia. June 2018. Editorial: Círculo de Tiza
Syriza, the great broken hope, about the rise of Syriza to the power and the Greek crisis. April 2016, Reportatges 360º, Editorial UOC, Barcelona
TV reporter for the international German channel Deutsche Welle and the Spanish channels Cuatro and Telecinco. Coverage of the Greek debt crisis, refugee wave in Europe, Venezuela, Colombia and main events in nine Latin American countries.
June 2015 - currently