After finishing design school and doing a long trip around South America he got deeply touched by music and organic field recorded sounds. When he returned home he studied classical guitar and charango which led him down the path of becoming a solo recording artist.
In 2011 he moved to San Francisco, California and began listening to and experimenting with electronic music.
In 2017 he launched his first solo album called Camino, an instrumental album inspired by the spirit of a road trip. The album is a blend of different sounds and styles from traditional Argentine folklore, Andean music, electronic and California surf music. In March 2018, he released his second album, Andante, a continuation of his previous work. This album, more guitar-centric, mixes different influences like Latin American cumbia, ambient techno, downtempo electronic and melodically-driven guitar riffs. In September he released Pocket Songs Volume 1, a three-song album recorded with an ultra-portable setup while backpacking around Southeast Asia. In November he released Bangkok, his first attempt to get closer to electronic music.