He studied architecture at the Universidad Iberoamericana and graduated in 1997 with honors and the Master of Science, Environmental Design of Buildings at the University of Cardiff, United Kingdom, with a grant from CONACYT. He is an Accredited Professional in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED AP, by the Green Building Council of the United States USGBC, for its acronym in English, since 2009. Winner of the 3rd. Place of the 2nd. National Biennial of Design 2003 and considered one of the "10 Young Promises" of Architecture 2008 by the Obras magazine. Founder of the Bioarchitecture office in 2000, where he carries out bioclimatic projects throughout the country, with some emblematic ones such as the M16 Corporate Building, which then belonged to the company of the CIHAC expo in 16 Minerva Street, among others. This building, in 2012, obtained the LEED Platinum certificate, maximum distinction with the highest score in Latin America and the number 12 in the world to date. He has carried out bioclimatic analyzes for projects such as Cube 2 in the city of Guadalajara by the architect Carme Pinós, as well as analysis of concrete housing envelopes for Holcim; bioclimatic analysis of facades for the City ISSSTE of the office of the architects Springall + Lira + Barquet with around 90 thousand m2 of construction. He is currently a professor of time at the Universidad Iberoamericana; where he teaches with a bioclimatic approach, he is also part of the Green Materials Research team in Mexico and is the Head of the Office of Strategic Alliances (OFAL) of the Department of Architecture. He has given conferences and courses in important universities in the country and abroad. In addition to teaching at the Bachelor of Architecture, he also teaches at the Diploma in Sustainable Design and Construction and the Design of Cities and Sustainable Communities. Together with Dr. Victor Fuentes, they have advised outstanding offices. The Bioclimatic Analysis has been carried out for the offices of the Colombian company QualaMex in La Marquesa, with around 12,000 m2 in its first stage, designed by the architects Isaac Broid and MMX; bioclimatic analysis of winds for the Teopanzolco Auditorium of the architects Isaac Broid and Productora, among others.