Archaeologist and actually High Degree Specialist at the Department for Environment of Alicante Council. Director of Nueva Tabarca Island Museum and co-director of the Environmental Education Centre at the Island of Tabarca.
Has promoted and directed a huge number of archaeological excavations and propsections, in the field of prehistoric, as well as in Classic and Modern Archaeology, and investigation works, remarking Prehistoric (troglodyte) Art, the theme of his Thesis Graduation, entitled “Religious aspects in Schematic Troglodyte Paintings at the Iberian Pennynsula”.
Has joined and teached a number of congress and meetings about Prehistoric and Archaeoligical issues, and has achieved the doctorate courses by Alicante University. In 1993 was awarded: “Archaeological Investigation Joaquín Sánchez Jiménez Award” by the Albacete Institute of Research, for his work: “Troglodyte Art in Albacete Province, new contributions”.
Author of a large number of articles about investigation, published along the last 20 years, centered in works related to prehistoric and classic archaeology, as well as in urban and supervision archaeology, as result of many years working at the Conservation of Historic-Artistic Patrimony Service at Alicante Council. Co-author of a monography book about archaeological investigations about prehistoric and iberic population at Albufereta, in Alicante. To remark some other publications referred to other geographical sites, as Albacete, centered in prehistoric troglodyte art, Marina Alta and Vinalopó, where developed field works and publications about prehistoric and archaeological aspects in Sax council.
Directed all the archaeological interventions taken place in the last years at Nueva Tabarca Island, in Alicante, publishing scientific reports and articles about the excavations. In 2007 is published his book “From Tabarka to Nueva Tabarca, an outstanding story in a sea of traders, pirates and dreamers”, where all the relevant historic facts of the site are analysed.
Has teached lectures, conferences and doctorate courses, reciently at the Cervantes Institute of Túnez for the International Congress “Four Tabarkas, four mediterranean stages”
With José B. Ruiz has published two multidisciplinar books “Field book of Nueva Tabarca Island” and “Countryside at Alicante Province”, in which are valued one of the most frequent ideas in his work: the inseparable relation between cultural and natural heritage, and the urgent need we have to spread and preserve it for future generations.