During his years working as an architect, he became involved with contemporary art movements such as Situationism, Land-art, and Relational Aesthetics, which led him to rediscover architecture and urbanism beyond the academic realm. Since then, he has developed an artistic body of work that resides midway between the social and the architectural, offering a highly personal perspective on the everyday dynamics of self-managed activities. Starting from 2009, he exhibits his work, undertakes projects, and conducts workshops in numerous local and international art centers.
In 2013, the political and social atmosphere in Spain led him to shift from contemporary art to activism. He joined the PAH (Platform for People Affected by Mortgages), the nationwide movement against evictions that works for housing rights. During this time, he co-created ‘Comando Video’, a collective of activist video creators that within a few years produced hundreds of videos, including the medium-length film ‘¡Sí se puede! Seven Days in PAH Barcelona’. In 2016, he directed his award-winning debut, the feature-length film, ‘Alcaldesa’ (Best Direction in Málaga and Gaudí for Best Documentary), focusing on an activist running for mayor of Barcelona. In 2023, he premiered his second feature-length documentary film ‘Fauna’, a science fiction fable about the relationship between humans, animals, and science in a post-pandemic era.