In 1983 he entered the University of Maryland (Maryland / USA) where he studied drums and classical percussion with Ron Barnett, besides playing in the Jazz Big Band and Orchestra Synphonic. In '89 he joined a "full scholarship" at Berklee College of Music (Boston / USA) where he was received as Performance Major with CUM LAUDE in '93. He played with Joe Lovano, Dori Caymmi, Eddie Gomez, Scott Henderson, Carlos Francetti, Charly Bird, Clark Terry, Tom Coster, Rebecca Parris, Oscar Stagnaro, Conrad Herwig, Donny McCaslin, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Olga Roman, Dario Eskenazi, Matt Garrison, Phil Wilson, Hal Crook, Andres Boiarsky, Rory Stuart, Oscar Feldman, Dave Samuels, Victor Mendoza, Perico Sambeat, Diego Urcola and local as Luis Salinas, Alejandro Lerner, Ernesto Jodos, Ricardo Cavalli, Bergalli Gustavo Javier Malosseti, Mono Fontana Guillermo Vadala, Adrian Iaies, Jorge Navarro, Manuel Fraga, Claudio Gabis, Alfredo Remus, Chicken Raffo, Alejandro Demogli, Horacio Fumero, etc. He has also toured various festivals in the world: Indonesia, Russia, USA, Mexico, Caribbean, Europe and South America.
He published two books with the publisher Advance Music graduates Funk Grooves for Funk Grooves for Bass and Drums. He has recorded and produced the hit sampling CDs loops for drums and percussion entitled Roots of South America Vol 1 and Vol 2, and a multi-instrument library for Reason, Wave, Apple Loops etc, entitled Elements of South America and Traditions edited Big Fish Audio. In his studio, he has recorded more than 130 albums for other biography. In education, in addition to tutoring for over 25 years, he taught at the New England Conservatory of Music (Boston) from 1991 to 1994. He currently teaches drums and assembly at the School of Contemporary Music in Bs. As. since 1995.