He graduated in Audiovisual Communication and Multimedia, and in Social Communication and Journalism from La Sabana University (Bogotá, Colombia). Between 2017 and 2018, he worked as a programming assistant for the Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival (FICCI) and, from 2018 to 2020, he was a programming coordinator at the Bogota International Film Festival (BIFF). In 2019 he founded the production and distribution firm Bruma Cine, which manages the screening rights of the most iconic productions by Colombian filmmaker Luis Ospina as well as undertaking a range of programming projects. He has curated a number of shows including Believing in What Has Not Been Revealed; A Comprehensive Retrospective and Unscreened Works by Luis Ospina and Reconstructions: Free Adaptations in Ibero-American Short Films. His first experimental short film, Lo espeso (2018), was screened at international film festivals in Brazil, Spain and Mexico, among other countries. His most recent film, La noche desbarata mis sombras (2020), has been presented at festivals including the 42nd Havana Film Festival and the Twelfth UNAM International Film Festival (FICUNAM).
Last update of this profile: 2022