Filmmaker working in Barcelona. Later, in Belo Horizonte, in the early 1980s, he dropped out of Social Communication School to attend a film scriptwriting course and a course in direct sound for film and TV. In 1975 he joined a group of school friends to make a feature film in Super 8, Prisioneiros da Loucura, which was not completed. He has since made several short films in different formats. With Suitcase, he won a special mention at the 3rd Madrid International Short Film Festival, in 1992. He has worked as a production director in several ads and short films, including Solo em Noite de Lua, by Ricardo Gomes Leite. Since 1980, he has worked as a direct sound technician in various ads, short and featured films in Brazil, Spain, Mexico, France, Ireland, Italy, Hungary, England, Switzerland, Germany, Morocco, Ghana, India and Sri Lanka. In 2012 he won the Goya Prize for best sound with the film No Habrá Paz Para los Malvados, by Enrique Urbizu, granted by the Academia de las Artes y Ciências Cinematográficas in Spain. In 1985, he won the Kikito Prize for Best Direct Sound at the Gramado Film Festival, for Patriamada, by Tizuka Yamazaki. He was a Direct Sound Professor at the Master’s in Creative Documentary Theory and Practice, at the Autonomous University of Barcelona from 1999 to 2004, and at the video/TV course of the IDEP - Alts Estudis de la Imatge i el Disseny, Barcelona from 1985 to 2005.