About Me

I am a Grammy-nominated audio engineer, producer, and guitarist, specializing primarily in mastering and spatial audio.

In addition to mastering, I have worked as a recording engineer, mixing engineer, performer, and producer at a highly competitive level. This wide range of experience has given me a profound understanding of the creative process, setting me apart from other mastering engineers.

As a recording engineer, I have collaborated with artists such as Keith Richards and Steve Jordan from The Rolling Stones, Eladio Carrion, Norah Jones, and jazz legends like Lenny White and George Cables. In the realm of mixing, I have contributed to records by artists including Terrace Martin, James Fauntleroy, Kevin Abstract, and Ski Mask The Slump God.

As a performer, I have toured the United States as a guitarist and DJ for Brooklyn-based artist BAYLI and shared the stage with modern jazz and fusion luminaries like Janek Gwizdala and Mark Lettieri.

Hailing from Costa Rica, I am naturally drawn to working with Latin American artists seeking to expand the Latin music vocabulary. Recently, I have produced projects for Peruvian singer-songwriter Moncho Berry and Colombian artists Nicolle Jadad and Matarfuma.

I come from a strong academic background, holding a dual bachelor’s degree from Berklee College of Music in Guitar Performance and Music Production, and a Master's in Music Technology from New York University. At NYU, I had the privilege of learning from Grammy-winning engineers Kevin Killen (known for his work with David Bowie and U2) and Alan Silverman (noted for his collaborations with Bebo Valdés and Judy Collins), as well as Spatial Audio pioneer Paul Geluso.