(Caracas, 1981). He studied Social Communication and Arts at the Universidad Central de Venezuela. He has worked as a university lecturer, proofreader and editor. As a fiction writer he has written the short story collection Perdidos en Frog and the novels La máscara de cuero and El caso Boeuf (Relato a la manera de Cambridge). Awards include winning the 64th El Nacional Annual Short Story Competition (Venezuela); first prize in the 7th SACVEN National Story Competition and the 23rd Juana Santacruz Literary Event (Mexico). Some of his stories have been published in anthologies such as Joven narrativa venezolana II, De qué va el cuento (Antología del relato venezolano 2000-2012) and Crude Words. Contemporary writing from Venezuela. Recently he has been selected as one of the 39 best Latin American fiction writers under 40 years of age in the Bogota39 event. Since 2014 he has been living in Mexico.