I graduated as a graphic designer at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of the University of Buenos Aires.
In 2002 I traveled to Mexico City where I worked on different communication projects for the Administration of President Vicente Fox, the Philharmonic Orchestra of the UNAM and Cintra (subsidiary of the airlines Aeromexico and Mexicana).
Back in 2006 I was part of the HB Image study where I worked in an interdisciplinary group of graphic designers, industrialists and architects dedicated to the development of visual identity systems, signage, retail and publishing projects.
In 2008 I joined the Interbrand Argentina agency where I participated in branding and packaging projects for important clients such as Kraft, Banco Hipotecario, Amway, Bodegas Chandon and Standard Bank.
From September 2009 to June 2011 I worked in the Milstein Ravel studio in the depackaging design for big consumer brands like Huggies, Gatorade, Impulse, Danonino and Sedal.
Currently I am working independently in different design and brand communication projects.