My road in life took a while to figure out.
Played guitar since 8yo and lived in a very musical houshold
When I finish school, I decided to study both music and industrial engineering (which I loved!). After a year I quit engineering to pursue a career in the film / music industry.
I studied too, Music Production for audiovisual media.
I went to California to take a certificate in Film Scoring
While living in LA, I worked with many people from film degrees, composing music for films and commercials. After a while doing that, I also did sound design and editing for same movies.
As time went by, I started working more as a Sound Designer and Editor than a musician.
I got a job offer in a studio to work as a sound engineer. I learned how to record VO talents, directing them too, and learned a lot about the commercials industry.
After 3 years of living in LA, I returned to Argentina (where I'm from) and got a job (which I still have) as an engineer at a music & sound studio por commercials and film.
Keep following my journey


High School
Music Composer
Catholic University in Argentina
Film Scoring
Music Producer for Audiovisual Media
Catholic University in Argentina


Sound Engineer

I record VO talents and edit and mix commercials for radio & tv

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Being Creative

Day to Day

I work at a Music & Sound Design Studio. We do mostly commercials, but also films every now and then. My job consists on: recording VO talents, editing audio, sound design, mixing. It varies per day and per project.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

Uffff... it's really hard. There are plenty of musicians and sound engineers. Try to find something extra that would highlight yourself from the mass. It doesn't need to be specific to your career or job. It can be something about your personality, like being organized or detail oriented. I find that specific things very helpful for my job, and I make my bosses lives easier.

Recommended Education

My career is not related to what I studied. I'd recommend this path instead:

Sound Engineer
Image and Video Design


The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"That I should study a more traditional career. That being a musician wouldn't get me anywhere and that I should've take advantage of being smart, and study something more rewarding."