Hello there! I once used to have one of those Bios where I would speak of myself in 3rd person, it feels weird and I kinda think it’s crazy! Instead I’ll just tell you a bit about myself in a more natural way. I got into music back when I was a little kid, I remember my elder sister was playing Mozart’s Rondo alla Turca on the piano and that tune just really got me. So I started playing it by ear, at which point my parents thought it a good idea to get me into proper piano lessons. From there I grew up loving to play piano and devising little riffs and tunes of my own. Eventually I decided to be a Doctor, like my dad. BUT, at some point before actually choosing a career, I started talking to people and friends and realized I could just do music for a living; a thought that hadn’t crossed my mind before. So I embarked in that new journey, waving medicine goodbye (or maybe ‘see you later’ for I do have my eyes on Music-therapy) So I left my hometown and moved to Cholula, Puebla to study a BA in arts in Music at UDLAP. Under the wing of Composer Brian Banks, I realized that composing was the way to go. It didn’t feel right, always playing someone else’s music and not my own. Being a university, I was in contact with a lot more disciplines other than music, such as Dance, Media, Philosophy, Engineering, etc. And as well as diversifying my friendships and perspectives, I collaborated in a bunch of different projects, which led me towards Music for Films. Before graduating (Cum Laude), I looked up for English-speaking options in Europe (Because I fancied practicing my English whilst being in the midst of its enormous cultural diversity) and landed in Bristol University’s MA in Composition for Film & TV, where I received great lectures by film composers William Goodchild and Martin Kizsko superb orchestration theory by composer John Pickard and fascinating reflections about music bordering with philosophy from Neal Farwell (Who was my first point of contact with the Uni). Finally, in 2012 I graduated with Merit (And a lovely English accent) Although initially I pictured myself living in London, I ended up loving life in Bristol so much that I decided to stay here. I have composed & produced music for a variety of genres and platforms with plenty of local and not-so-local collaborations and still eager to find many more. Have a look at the website and see what catches your ear! And do feel free to send me a message through the contact section Thanks for reading all this blabber!
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