He was born in Argentina. He began his training as violin maker in 1993 attending the Violin Making School of the “Universidad Nacional de Tucuman”, founded in the ʻ40s by Alfredo Del Lungo from Florence.
Here thanks to Fernando Silvaʼs teachings he got in 1995 the qualification of “Maestro Tecnico Luthier”.
After some years of working and experiences in his town he decided to move to Italy to refine his studies. In Cremona, he enrolled in the “I.P.I.A.L.L. Antonio Stradivari” where, thanks to Alessandro Voltini, Claudio Amighetti, Massimo Negroni and Boris Sverdlik he had the opportunity to improve techniques and stylistics of the classic cremonese tradition of violin making.
In 2006 he graduated under Voltiniʼs guidance with whom he took an intership to develop his skills. Since 2010 he has his own workshop in the centre of Cremona where he makes violins, violas and cellos as modern as baroque. Besides he continues his training and update attending workshops and conferences about violin making.