Hello! I’m Claudio, a young graphic designer based in Madrid. As a child, I was passionate about drawing and music, and I remember spending all my savings on music records. Most of the time, what drew me to these bands was the design of their album covers, and opposite to what is said about books, a good cover usually meant there was good music behind it.

After finishing high school, I started a degree in Marketing at the University of Granada. I wasn’t entirely satisfied with my studies and I found that many of the creative aspirations I had as a child were unfulfilled. Motivated by this, during my second year of studies I simultaneously enrolled in a graphic design course at Estación Diseño.

My experience during this course was transformative, and by the end of the one year course I decided to drop my marketing studies and pursue a career in design full-time. This led me to ESNE University of Design and Technology in Madrid, where I spent the next four years. During my studies, I did an internship in the communication department of my university and had the opportunity to work hand in hand with Oscar Mariné in his studio for two years.

After finishing my training I joined the creative team at Kitchen, the agency in charge of the campaign for the PSOE during the Spanish elections of 29 April 2019.

Once the campaign was over I joined the art department of the acclaimed cultural magazine El Duende and the event agency La Más Chula, where I still work today.
At the same time, I have developed as a freelancer, working for architects, hotel companies and content creators. I would especially like to highlight my collaboration for two consecutive years with Antonio García Villarán, a youtuber with over 1M subscribers for whom I worked as director on the HARCO 2019 and HARCO 2020 projects, as well as other videos and interviews.

I have always combined all the above with my other passion: music.