Mexican (1982). Sound artist, experimental musician and sound engineer. Since 2002 he has made soundscape recordings in 30 countries, especially in Mexico and India. All his sound work is made up of editions and manipulations of these own recordings, mainly sounds rituals, traditions and nature made in indigenous towns of the American and Asian continents. He has composed 12 soundscape albums, 3 experimental electronic music albums under the name Llahuar Leh, and 1 experimental pop music album with Proton 1148. He has collaborated with Fonoteca Nacional on the soundscape projects “Pueblos Mágicos” and “Chihuahua” making field recordings. He has given concerts at Fonoteca Nacional, Casa Del Lago, Aire Libre and Laboratorio Sensorial. His sound pieces have been exhibited at international sound art festivals such as Walking Festival of Sound, Muslab, Sur Aural and Visiones Sonoras. Winner of the soundscape contest “México suena así: Mapa sonoro de Coyoacán” convened by Fonoteca Nacional in 2012, beneficiary of the “Proyecta Producción 2018” and “Horizontes 2020” grants by Secretaría de Cultura Jalisco, with wich the landscape and sound art projects “Voces del Origen” and “Curanderos I” were made respectively. He has record sound for more than 40 feature films and worked for productions of Darren Aronofsky, Roger Corman, Paul Leduc, Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna. He has recorded sound for documentaries for National Geographic, Discovery, BBC, Netflix, PBS, MTV, Disney.