Luego de haber intentado ser mecánico, piloto, corredor de autos y futbolista profesional, el mundo de la televisión tocó mi puerta. La primera oportunidad llegó a los 15 años para comentar la Formula 1.
Comencé formalmente en TC Televisión en 2006. Allí, me desempeñé en varias funciones: desde presentador del Noticiero Deportivo, hasta corresponsal en Europa, analista de las Eliminatorias CONMEBOL y el campeonato local. Cubrí, entre muchos eventos internacionales, los Mundiales de 2010 y 2014.
2015 - PRESENTE
After trying to be a mechanic, a pilot, and a professional football player, the world of television knocked at my front door. My first opportunity arrived when I was just 15 years old to commentate on Formula 1 and the rest is history.
I started my professional television career with TC Television in 2006. There I was able to do a variety of things, from presenter of the Sport's Segment, to being a correspondent in Europe and perform analysis of CONMEBOL qualifying and local competitions. I covered numerous international events including the World Cup in 2010 and 2014.
I did radio with Minuto Cero of Radio Diblu where I analyzed topics often ignored, such as tactics, politics and football finances.
Another highlight of my career was working for Canal Uno during the 2014/15 Champions League Season. This gave me the opportunity to call games at the highest level of football, and travel to Berlin for the final between Barcelona and Juventus.
My dream is to continue working internationally. I started working with ESPN/ESPN Deportes for different events, both local and international and from there, I arrived to where I am today. I arrived in the United States in 2015 to begin working with beIN SPORTS as an analyst for the Spanish, Italian and French leagues in addition to both CONCACAF and CONMEBOLD qualifying.