A graduate in Audiovisual Communication specialising in Scriptwriting, (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2003) and in Directing and Playwriting (Institut del Teatre, 2013), he works as a scriptwriter, as an author and theatre director and as a teacher. He has also trained at various playwriting workshops with authors such as Javier Daulte, Roland Schimmelpfennig, Falk Richter, Martin Crimp, Carles Batlle and Sergi Belbel, among others.
As a theatre playwright and director, the most important works that he has premiered are: Les males persones (free version of Els bandits by Schiller, with the company Parking Shakespeare, 2016), Mata el teu alumne (Sala Flyhard, 2013), Tornem després de la publicitat (Sala Beckett, 2012, dir. Marc Angelet), M de Mortal (TNC, 2010, resident author of the T6 Project), Primaris (Teatre Tantarantana, 2010), Stereo (Teatre Tantarantana, 2009), a stage adaptation of Espectres by Ibsen together with Magda Puyo (Teatre Romea, 2008, dir. Magda Puyo), Tres vint-i-set (Versus Teatre, 2007) and Molta aigua (Sala Beckett, 2007, directed by Víctor Muñoz i Calafell), among others.
As a television scriptwriter, he has worked on series such as La Riera (TVC) and Ventdelplà (TVC). He has also been co-scriptwriter for telefilms such as Plou a Barcelona (together with Pau Miró) and 4.000 dones (together with Joaquim Oristrell and Marta Grau). As a teacher, he gives classes at the ESAD Eòlia (Barcelona) and at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
He won the 38th El Born Prize with Mata el teu alumne and was runner-up for the Bartrina Prize 2005 with Finestra a Manhattan.