Over 3 decades of career as a sound engineer. A passion for manipulating and controlling sound has been at the core of this journey.
One of his earliest memories with sound was discovering stereo music at age 7 while playing The Beatles, realizing that the left speaker had different instruments than the ones in the right speaker. This curiosity turned into a career in 1986, when he interned in the sound department at the largest theater in Venezuela.
1986-1991 Caracas, Venezuela.
The Teresa Carreño Theater was the center for the performing arts in Venezuela. For six years he was part of the audio and video team of this 2500 seat space. Opera, ballet, philharmonic orchestras, that's where he developed his first chops, recording, sound reinforcing, and controlling the acoustics of that space.
1992-2005 Miami, Florida.
After graduating at Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts, in Orlando FL, in 1992, he spent 12 years working in the music industry in South Florida. He interned at Crescent Moon, Gloria & Emilio Estefan's recording studio, and became part of the music production machinery of that city, what came to be labeled as "The Latin Explosion" (remember Ricky Martin with 'La Vida Loca'?). This is where he received his first 3 Grammy Awards.
2005-Present Day. New York City.
Moving to NYC, allowed him to open up to new fields of work. For the past 12 years he's been working in theater sound design, audio post for film and video, 5.1 mixing, commercial and industrial projects, collaborating in art installations, music recording and mixing, and hundreds of other projects that this amazing city seems to spawn out every day. He thrives in exploring new challenges. Because it's always been about this great fascination for sound. No matter where it comes from.