Zaragoza, 1988. Director, creator and screenwriter. He studied Audiovisual Communication in Madrid. Los ojos de Laia (2011) was his first fiction short film, winning awards in Spain such as the best national short at the 36 Hours of Film Survival contest, convened by Cinemavip, and internationally at the Santa Cruz FENAVID International Film Festival. In 2012 he produced Libres, which became the most awarded drama web series of the year, with awards in Los Angeles, Rome, Vancouver, Paris and Melbourne among other locations; and later, El Partido (2015), which established him as a benchmark in new fiction, winning the NotodoFilmFest and the Marble Awards of the French newspaper Libération. He then made the leap to television fiction directing episodes of the series Vis a Vis, the world famous Money Heist, winner of an International Emmy, El Embarcadero and Veneno. In 2019 he creates, writes and directs El Último Show, an Aragón TV production- bought by HBO- which won the award for Best National Fiction at the FesTVal, among others. He is currently writing new fiction projects for MGM, Netflix and Apple TV.