Director, Choreographer, and Professor of Musical Theater and Jazz Dance. He trained in Argentina and New York through the Fulbright Scholarship-National Fund for the Arts In theater, he began his career as Deputy Director of the musicals "Nine" and "La Tiendita del Horror" in Buenos Aires. On Broadway he was Associate Choreographer of "Nine", with Antonio Banderas and Chita Rivera and "El Violinista Sobre el Tejado" with Alfred Molina. At the City Center of New York City he choreographed "Pirates of Penzance", and at the Repertory Theater in St. Louis, Missouri, he choreographed "Evita" In Buenos Aires, Argentina, he made the choreographic montages of the musical "Applause" and the musical folklore "Nativo" (Trinidad Guevara Award for Best Choreographer). In his role as General Director and Choreographer, he was in charge of the works "Violinista en el Tejado", "Obra de Dios", "El Hombre de la Mancha", "Víctor Victoria" (ACE Best Director Award), and tango shows "Tangorama", "Bien Argentino", and "Puerto Buenos Aires". In his international career, he directed and choreographed "Timbiriche El Musical" in the city of Mexico. In Japan, he directed the setting of the works, "Bodas de Sangre", "Yerma" and "Argentango". In addition, he choreographed the musical "Nine" and the 100th anniversary of the company Takarazuka Revue. He directed and choreographed the musicals "The Violinist on the Roof", "Lovers in Paris", "Sweet Come to Me Stealthily", "Cyrano", "Barnum" and "Bernarda Alba" in Seoul, South Korea. He is a Visiting Professor at Point Park University in Pittsburgh and at Steps on Broadway in New York, in the United States.