He is a biologist and a bird watcher at the same time. Since high school he has been a bird watcher, he graduated as a biologist at the University of Buenos Aires, with a first specialization in Ecology and Birds.
He then settled in the Andean-Patagonian region, where he lived for 18 years, working as a university professor, directing the University's Ornithology Center, and conducting research in ornithology.
Since 1996 he has taught bird watching courses open to the community.
In 2014 he returned to live in Buenos Aires, as C.E.O. Good Morning Birding.
Currently, he is President of the International Committee of the South American Bird Fair, member of the Executive Committee of the World Birdfairs Council and Vice President of the Association of Guides of Argentina.