Cultural manager and activist
He works in the field of design, architecture, communication, cultural management and social activism. He writers specialist articles and books, curates exhibitions, teaches classes and creates platforms for reflecting and/or disseminating designs. In 2015 he curated the Design for Living exhibition at the Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, which won the City of Barcelona award. Other exhibitions he has curated include Traç, el dibuix com a eina de coneixement (Arts Santa Mònica and Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc), an exploration of the capacities of sketching as a work tool for understanding the world, testing and experimenting, and Gràfica canalla, a graphical journey from Dadaism to Grunge. He is in charge of Llibre blanc del carrer, a study on Barcelona's urban furniture, signposting and urban planning, commissioned by the City Council.
At present he combines teaching in the area of history of design, image and eco-design at schools such as Eina and Elisava and external consultancy work in Barcelona City Council’s communication and curatorial projects. Previously he studied Industrial Art and Design at Barcelona’s Escola Massana.