Native of San Antonio de Requena (Valencia). He began his musical studies at S.M. "La Armónica" of San Antonio, later moving on to the Conservatories of Murcia, Torrente and Valencia, where he earned an advanced degree in Clarinet Performance.
In the field of musical composition, he would further his education under jazz composer Daniel Flors, Miguel Ángel Matéu and Teo Aparicio Barberán.
Later on, he completed his advanced degree in Musical Composition at the Conservatorio Superior de Castellón under master composers such as Ferrer Ferrán, César Cano, Miguel Ángel Berbis, Claudia Montero, Jesús Vizcaino and Emilio Calandín.
He also studied conducting under J. R. Pascual Vilaplana. His main activity as conductor has been with S.M. "El Arte" de Sinarcas (Valencia), recently winning First Prize and Honourable Mention at the 39th Certamen Provincial de Valencia (Provincial Competition of Valencia) and First Prize and Honourable Mentions at the 37th Certamen de Bandas de la Comunidad Valenciana (Valencian Region Band Competition).
In 2000 he won First Prize at the 1st Concurso Nacional de Música Festera de Altea (National Festival Music Contest of Altea), in 2002 he won the First Prize at the 2nd Concurso de Composición de Música Festera de Calpe (Festival Music Composition Contest of Calpe).
In 2000 he won First Prize for a Musical Composition for Symphonic Band (Finestrat), First Prize at the Concurso de Composición de Pasodobles de Sant Joan de Moró (Pasodoble Composition Contest of Sant Joan de Moró) in December 2009. He has also won the 5th Concurso de Composición "Vila de Muro" ("Vila de Muro" Composition Contest) in 2015. He has also received numerous first runner-up prizes, second prizes and participation in many composition contest finals.
In 2014 he travelled to the U.S. where he recorded his Sinfonia nº. 1 "Kaprekar" with the Illinois State University Wind Symphony for the Naxos record label.
He is currently professor of Composition Harmony, Analysis and Fundamentals at the C.P.M. "Mestre Molins" de Quart de Poblet ("Mestre Molins" Conservatory of Music of Quart de Poblet).