My background is multicultural, born in Caracas, Venezuela to British parents, I have had the opportunity and pleasure of growing up in a number of Latin American countries and the US. I have also been fortunate to continue to travel extensively to many different places throughout the world.
In 2006, I moved to the United States to pursue my goal to study at Berklee College of Music. I graduated in 2009 with a double degree in Music Production & Engineering and Professional Music.
My career began at Electric Lady in New York in 2011 as an assistant to Michael Brauer. During this time, I was lucky enough to assist Michael with many artists including Coldplay, John Mayer, The Kooks, Daryl Hall, Grouplove, Christina Perri and Nathan Pacheco to name a few.
In 2013, I decided it was time to follow my roots and move back to the Latin culture, so I packed my suitcase and headed for Miami to see if I could build my career and continue learning my craft.
Building on my experience with Michael, the learning continued by having the opportunity to attend a number of mixing seminars with multi-Grammy award winning mixers such as Manny Marroquin, Chris Lord Alge and Jack Joseph Puig.
My first big break was when I was asked to mix the album “Visualizate” by Gente de Zona. The album won a Latin Grammy for Best Latin Tropical Fusion Album of the year in 2016, and I received my first Latin Grammy for mixing.
Since then, I have worked with a wide range of top artists from most of Latin America and the Caribbean. In the past few years, I have begun mixing for artists in Spain, France, Italy, Serbia and Japan.
In 2018, I opened my own mixing and production studio in the heart of Wynwood in Miami, Florida.
My mixing studio is a hybrid of digital and analogue set up which I favor for it’s versatility and warmth.
Having a multicultural background has allowed me to understand the culture and language of the artist, which in turn provides me with their emotional and creative insights to capture the individual intent of the song.