Born in Barcelona, and trained in the performing arts from the age of 4, she discovered tap when she was 10 years old and gradually was entirely dedicated to it.
She started her professional trajectory in 2003 performing in different theaters with Basilio González's Clak&Roll and Big Band de Granollers. In 2004, she entered TAPEPLAS (Sharon Lavi Company), in which she was a dancer of its 4 full length programs. Currently, she continues to perform as a soloist in the company's last work FRAGMENTS. In 2010 she joins CAMUT BAND as the first female dancer in the show Life is Rhythm, consequently becoming a regular member of the group and a performer in its internationally touring productions.
Since the beginning, she combined her performing with regular teaching in different dance centers, and as of 2012, is part of the tap faculty of Escola Luthier, one of the leading tap centers in Barcelona. At the same time, she's invited to teach and perform in different European tap festivals and workshops. (Warsaw, Stockholm, Madrid, Turin, etc.).
In 2015 she founded her own choreographic initiative UNUM Project. This unique encounter between tap dance and live electronic music debuted its first 30 min show in Turin (Italy, December 2016).
Multi-instrumentalist, DJ, and Composer.
He started studying classical flute at the age of 8 and obtained professional intermediate level when he was 20. At the same time, in his youth, he fell in love with black music.
Artistically, he developed in a hip hop band called Praxiz in which he is active to this day, as a background vocalist, human beatboxer, instrumentalist, beatmaker, arranger and DJ.
In 2007 he began to study in Taller de Músics, renowned Jazz/Modern music academy in Barcelona, and since then, has been working with all kind of bands and artistic projects. (Salsa-Latin Jazz, Funk, HipHop, Soul & RnB, Tap Dance, Showcases and Workshops).
As of 2012 he has been evolving as a DJ and has been increasing his knowledge in electronic music devices by his own.
In 2016 he met Estefanía Porqueras and became part of the music creation of the first UNUM Project show.