Graduated in History by the Universitat Rovira i Virgili the year 2019, with the specialisation in “Prehistory, Archaeology and History until the first Millenium”. He realised the degree final project titled “Wine 2.000 years ago. Cultivation, elaboration and analysis of two wines according to classical and contemporary methods”, directed by Dr. Joaquín Ruiz de Arbulo (URV-ICAC). Since then, he began his specialization in grape cultivation and winemaking in the ancient times. Also, during his degree, he participated in archaeological excavations with the protohistory research team, led by Dr. Maria del Carme Belarte (ICREA-ICAC), from the Institut Català d’Arqueologia Clàssica, in sites like Rabassats (Nulles), Mas Cap de Ferro (Nulles) or Costa de la Serra (La Secuita).
Once he finished the degree, he started the Classical Archaeology master, from the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Institut Català d’Arqueologia Clàssica and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He finished it in 2021, obtaining the honourable mention. During the master he gained the PIR (Research Initiation Program) scholarship from ICAC, which he developed with the protohistory research team. Besides collaborating with the team, he also realised the master final project titled “The small fort of la Costa de la Serra (la Secuita, Tarragonès). Morphological, functional and material analysis”, directed by Dr. Maria del Carme Belarte (ICREA-ICAC) and Dr. Joan Canela (ICAC).
During the master, he also was awarded with the VI Emili Giralt i Raventós grant, offered by the VINSEUM Museu de les Cultures del Vi a Catalunya (Vilafranca del Penedès), with the project titled “Roman wine as the precedent of the contemporary wine. Research in the roman winemaking field and elaboration of a wine following the classical sources”. From that investigation, directed by Dr. Joaquín Ruiz de Arbulo (URV-ICAC), emerged the publication titled “De re vinaria. Diachronic study of the grape cultivation, the winemaking and its consumption in the north-eastern area of the Iberian Peninsula during the Antiquity (from VII century BC to VIII century)” and edited by Publicacions URV and VINSEUM Museu de les Cultures del Vi a Catalunya.
In April 2022, he started his PhD thesis titled “Artisan activities in the northeast area of the Iberian Peninsula from the protohistory to the romanisation (III century BC – I/II centuries)”, directed by Dr. Maria del Carme Belarte (ICREA-ICAC) and funded with a FI contract from Agència de Gestió d’Ajuts Universitaris i de Recerca (AGAUR). He had this grant until December 2022, when he continued his PhD thesis with a FPU contract, granted by the Ministerio de Universidades.