In 1999 he graduated in Photography at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and in 2011 he completed a degree in Photography and Digital Creation at the Centre de la Imatge i la Tecnologia Multimèdia of the same university.
After a decade working as a freelance photographer and teacher of photography, video and design in non-formal education, he joined as a collaborator and member of the Educational Attention Unit for High Abilities at the University of Santiago de Compostela. Subsequently, he got a position as professor of Didactics of Plastic Expression at the University of Santiago de Compostela and the University of A Coruña, returning to the USC in September 2021. He is part of the research groups, LITER21 (USC) and Artefacto (UdC) collaborating in projects that analyse learning processes in Art Education. After a time of interest in documentary photography and the various manifestations of photography in contemporary art contexts, his activity is focused on research into photography as a reflection of ways of acting and understanding the world and its application within the educational system. Photography thus becomes a medium for reflecting on the role of the image in the configuration of identity and the transformation of the public and private spaces we inhabit.