I was born in Mexico City on February 1986. I’ve lived here most of my life, attending a Catholic elementary and middle school. I went to college at UIA Mexico City, where I majored in Mass Communications with a minor in Film, graduating in 2010. I started writing fiction when I was 12 years old, when I spent a year abroad in Dublin at an academy where speaking — or even thinking — in Spanish was against the rules. During long hours of Study Hall, I took to reading and eventually writing.
It has been a passion ever since.
My debut novel The Armor of God was first published in my blog for free, chapter by chapter, where it began to slowly grow in popularity. It was published on October 14th, 2014. The Armor of God was followed by The Unfinished World, the direct sequel which received excellent reviews from best-selling authors like Piers Anthony and María A. Escandón. Finally, in 2019, The Riven God gave closure to the trilogy.
In 2019, The Armor of God was picked up by Penguin Random House to be published in Spanish in Q1 2021.
Reverie of Gods, my stand-alone sci-fi epic, was published in 2017 after nearly nine years of editing and rewriting.
In 2016 I joined the crew of Cartoon Network’s Villainous, and discovered my love for writing for cartoons and, eventually, voice acting. In 2018 I ventured into the world of dubbing and have since worked on and played parts in movies such as Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, Ant Man & The Wasp, The Predator, Alita: Battle Angel, and even had the chance to voice Soundwave in the film Bumblebee under the tutelage of voice acting legend José Antonio Macías and method training from Natalia Traven.
My other interests include digital illustration and bodybuilding.