I'm composer and media artist based in Buenos Aires and Basel. My work takes form from model of nature and its functionality, genetic and morphable, as generators of and re-contextualizers of dynamic (...) object/materials that build different kind of times. In my recent work I had thought about microsound, feedback , D.I.Y. and chemical instruments, as well as edge towards computer based music like dynamic interactive scores, and performance/installation pieces. I studied composition at Universidad Nacional de La Plata and piano at BA Alberto Williams Conservatoire. National Prize in Composition Juan Carlos Paz 2017. I participated in differents master classes with Gerardo Gandini, Julio Viera, Mauricio Kagel, Dieter Schnebel, George Aperghis, Beat Furrer, Pierreluigi Billone, Georg Friedrich Haas, Chaya Czernowin, Rebecca Saunders among others. I received commissions and awards from Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Ministry of Culture Argentina, Centro Cultural de España, Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne, Cultural Promotion Council Buenos Aires, Conseil des du Arts et des Lettres de Quebec, Fundación Telefónica, Melos/Gandini, Centro de Investigaciones Artísticas and Colón Contemporáneo. I made the original soundtracks of A Family Submerged (2018, María Alché), The Intruder (2019, Natalia Meta, Berlinale 2020) and sound designer for Lucrecia Martel's Zama (2017) among other collaborations. My music has been performed by differents musicians and ensembles in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Cuba, United States , Austria, Germany , Italy and England. Assistant professor od Contemporary Music Languages at UNLP [2008-2012]. Actually, teacher of Instrument 1 & 2, and Science and Music at University of Tres de Febrero.