He began collaborating at a very young age, with Spanish musicians such as Carlos Benavent, Joan Albert Amargós and Jorge Pardo, in renowned formations such as Música Urbana and Secta Sónica. Later on, he worked together with Jordi Rossy, Perico Sambeat, Albert Bover and Mario Rossy, and formed and recorded his own music with the project Azúcar Imaginario. After spending a few years as a studio musician collaborating on hundreds of recordings by artists such as Marina Rosell, Dyango, Gato Pérez, etc., he toured and performed with Joan Manuel Serrat, Santiago Auserón, Miguel Bosé, Chet Backer, Mark Johnson, Michel Legrand, Chano Domínguez and El Ballet Nacional Español among many others.

Lately, he worked on the album and on the tour of band The Rolling Stones Project and released several albums with his own music. It is worth mentioning Ángel, (work on solo guitar), Palabra de Guitarra I and Palabra de Guitarra II, and with Larry Coryell, Tomatito, Biréli Lagrène projects such as Azúcar Imaginario, Bocanegra, Agüita que corre and Quartet, with Carles Benavent, N.S.F with Chano Domínguez, Agua Madre, for which he collaborated with Luis Salinas, Chano Domínguez and Carles Benavent, Cantares de Vela, with Santiago Auserón, Temps d’un País, with Joan Manuel Serrat. The Rolling Stones Project, with Charlie Watts, Ana Moura, and he also made music for film theatre (Balseros, 2002 with Lucrecia) and dance, such as El Café de Chinitas (Ballet Nacional and Chano Domínguez), or El Tango de Don Juan 2002 (Jeròme Savâry).

As a teacher, he has taught in schools such as Taller de Músics, in Aula de Jazz y Música Moderna, in Escuela del Barrio de la Rivera (the first jazz school in Barcelona), and has given numerous workshops throughout Spain, (Seville, Pamplona, Mallorca, Menorca, Girona, Valencia, Bilbao, Tenerife, etc.).