(Madrid, 1964). Illustrator and cartoonist, his career began with the magazine Madriz in the eighties, and since then, he has combined his work in a number of magazines, including El País Semanal and newspapers: El Mundo or The Boston Globe, with the illustration of books for children and adults. Among his most outstanding comics are Cuentos de la estrella legumbre, La caja negra and Las crónicas de Ono y Hop. He has published El extraño caso del Doctor Jekyll y Míster Hyde, Las meninas and La cólera together with the scriptwriter Santiago García. La cólera was awarded the Zona Cómic-CEGAL prize for the best national work of 2020 awarded by the network of bookshops specialising in comics, a category in which he also received the top prize in the 2020 Lorna, Aragonese comics and Dolmen magazine’s critics’ awards. He has also contributed to the books El silencio se mueve and Prisioneros de Zenda with Fernando Marías. Some of his latest works include illustrating The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle, a new edition of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Luces de bohemia by Valle-Inclán, The Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H. P. Lovecraft, Dracula by Bram Stoker, and participating in the collective comic book Efectos secundarios. In 2023 he published El enigma Pertierra at Astiberri, which he co-wrote with Fernando Marías and which serves as a deluxe catalogue for the exhibition of the same title produced by Ja! Festival.