My Story

I grew up in a small town of the south of Spain in a family of teachers. From the beginning I had contact with no so wealthy social groups what gave me a good sense of the importance of equity and social cohesion. I was a clumsy happy child, I broke my arm twice and I had to learn to paint with the left hand. Drawing has been my constant hobby since then. I love art and people. So, I based my formation on that. After studying communication for 5 years (what includes somethings like psychology, design, marketing, movie making or radio) I moved to Madrid to complete my set of skills with my other bigger passion; technology. With the background of a designer for digital formats the job opportunities appeared quite fast. I move around different companies for a while looking for what really makes my heart pumps. Then the disaster happened. On September 2015 someone stole all my belongings during a move. I had to start from scratch and why not to do it abroad? I came to Germany on January 2016 and since then I am in love with this new adventure.

My Main Pillars


My favourite moment of the day is when I arrive home after work. I love cooking dinner at home all together. I usually travel to Spain twice or three times per year to see my parents. I consider myself a really home-family person.

My dog

Animals take a big part of my heart. It is so relaxing being with them. Specially, with my dog; Paquita. I really enjoy when I can do home office and she just lies next to me meanwhile I work.

The Forest

I am from the south of the south. Of course I love the sun and the beach but since I came to Germany I discover the magic of the forest. I take 1 hour walk everyday, the sound of the trees always bring me new ideas.

1 Movie per day

Film provokes all kinds of emotions . It can make you laugh, cry, suffer, and even find the strength you need to face your problems. I think watching a movie is revitalising. It allows me to disconnect, relax, and have a good time.

 I also like tv shows and playing video games. But when you watch a movie, you can find characters who help you find energy in your real life. As a Spanish director once said: 

“The fascinating thing about film is putting the spectator in moral positions that they’ve never been.”
-Alex de la Iglesia-