Panamanian Multi-instrumentalist. He studied piano at the Panama National Music Institute and saxophone at the Fine arts Faculty of the University of Panama, he's not only a sax and piano player but also a producer, arranger, composer and plays several other instruments including bass, guitar, clarinet, flute, etc.
He has worked as a pianist and keyboardist for several national and international mainstream Latin music artists such as Brenda Lau, Mario Spinalli, Gretel Garibaldi, Rubén Blades, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Luis Fonsi, Tony Vega, Eddy Herrera, Cheo Feliciano, Johnny Rivera, Cano Estremera, Ray Sepulveda, Erick Francheski, Mauricio Silva, Salserin, David Pabon, Roberto Lugo, Wichy Camacho, Tito Rojas, Adalberto Santiago, Luisito Carrion, Willie Gonzalez, Pedro Arroyo, Paquito Guzmán, Giro López, Lefty Perez among others.
In 2007 he founded Freelatinsoul Music, home to Freelatinsoul Band, a fusion/soul/RnB band.In music theatre he's collaborated with renowned theatre directors Bruce Quinn and Edwin Cedeño. With music director Dino Nugent he was a part of the orchestra of several plays such as Beauty and the Beast, Maestra Vida, Big River, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, Disney's Aida, Les Misérables, Cats, Jesuschrist Superstar, Zorro, The Phantom of The Opera, etc.
With Jose 'Pepe' Casis, he's been part of My Fair Lady and Little Shop of Horrors. He's worked as musical director in Strangely Familiar, Christmas at the Guild, Improv8, Godspell, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and the play for which he was nominated in the 2013 Scene Awards in the Best Sound Design category, I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change.
He recently was given the opportunity to compose part of the music for the play "La Fogonera, a Panamanian Cinderella" written and directed by Agustin Clement.
Since January 2014 he's been part of the Panama Jazz Festival as a volunteer translator and as a musician for the Gospel Choir Workshop directed by Berklee Assistant Piano Professor Kevin Harris. He also performed at the closing
night concert with Danilo Perez and La K-Shamba.
In 2019 he collaborated with California based Panamanian singer Fernandito Jr. as an arranger, producer and pianist for his latest Salsa production.