Originally from the province of Mendoza, I inherited my love of tango from my grandparents. They organized milongas in their home and I grew up watching them dance and listening to tango after tango on my grandfather’s record player. At 18 I began to study tango, classical and contemporary dance and theater. I organized several milongas in Mendoza and San Luis and I directed, choreographed and danced in various tango shows, including “Tangoneón”, with the renounced bandoneon player Juan Pablo Jofré Romarion, and “NN Tango”. I went on tour to Bolivia in 2006 with María Eugenia Gómez and the Tangastor quintet, in 2007 I participated as a contemporary dancer in the National Vendimia Festival and in 2008 I traveled to Chile as an invited teacher and dancer in the Valparatango festival. I moved to Buenos Aires in 2008 to perfect my dancing. There, I had the opportunity to study with distinguished maestros such as Carlos Gavito, Sabrina and Rubén Veliz, Guillermina Quiroga, “el Pibe” Avellaneda, Gustavo Naveira and Giselle Anne, Julio Balmaceda and Corina de la Rosa, Mariano “Chicho” Frúmboli and Juana Sepúlveda, and Pablo Verón. I have also worked as a teacher in the Escuela Carlos Copello, Julio Balmaceda and Corina de la Rosa’s Zarasa Studio and the Argentine branch of Pepperdine University. In 2012 I went on my first European tour, giving intensive workshops and performing in France, Germany and Switzerland. I currently teach three group classes per week in addition to private classes. I am also co-organizer and teacher in the Milonga Antimufa and in October and November 2014 made a tour of Canada. In 2015 participates as a dancer of 24M under the Cambalache festival and also the dancing Tango Show Añoranzas entire 2015 season.