He dropped his civil engineering studies after three years to pursue a degree in fine art, specializing in painting, from Chile's Universidad Católica in 1999. A year previously he earned a diploma in "video and digital esthetics". In 2000 he earned a post-graduate degree in art and new technologies from the University of Chile, specializing in interactive multimedia. He taught at the university until 2006.
He began his theoretical and practical studies of digital media in 1998, taking part in numerous exhibitions, forums and round tables. Since 1999 he has published his work on his own website. His work has been featured at the Festival Internacional de Video and Artes Electrónicas Transitio_MX03, IV Jornades d'Activitats i Mostra Multimedia JAMM09, at the Centro Cívico Golferichs; at the 8th Video and New Media Biennale in Barcelona; at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago; and in "Caleidoscopios" at the Cultural Center of Spain in Buenos Aires.