Born in 1977 in France, arrived to Portugal aged 5, together with his parents.
He began his musical studies at 11 years old, studying Piano at Escola de Música da Jobra (now Conservatório de Música da Jobra). Aged 15, he applied to Escola de Música da Banda da Branca (ARMAB), joining that band a year later, playing Flute. In the same year, he put himself through Conservatório de Música de Aveiro Calouste Gulbenkian (Flute), being teacher Ana Maria Ribeiro´s pupil for 7 years. Three years after completing his studies at Conservatório, he joined the Music Course - Composition at Universidade de Aveiro, becoming teacher Sara Carvalho’s student in Degree and completing in December 2014 the Masters in Vocational Education Music - Composition.
In the First National Composition Contest for Banda Sinfónica, his play “A vida de uma fada” was selected to be interpreted in Casa da Música, Oporto, as part of that competition, receiving an Honorable Mention.
As an interpreter, he still plays with ARMAB and has participated in multiple training courses in a diversity of musical styles. As a teacher, he has also participated in various training courses, either within the instrument’s technique or in the context of musical education.
In recent years, following his Master degree, he has been working with music among communities in need, ranging from disabled citizens to the senior population in general, having created under the generic title "Pontes Sonoras" (Bridging with sound) performances with different communities, a project which was later introduced to and staged at Casa da Música.
In 2003, while developing his musical activity, he graduated in Sports Management, at ISMAI.
As a collaborator of the Municipality of Albergaria-a-Velha, he coordinated Centro Cultural da Branca’s activities for nine years. He belongs to the Cineteatro Alba’s production crew and teaches music as part of various projects of the institution.