He continued his musical training under former Sammy Davis Jr. band and Mongo Santamaría drummer Tony Sánchez. It was during this period that his interest and development in jazz took him to New York City for a year and half to work with artists like John Benitez group, Ron Affif Trio and percussionist Papo Pepín among many others.
Upon his return to Puerto Rico he continued his studio work and live performances with many latin pop artists including a year-long international tour with latin diva Olga Tañón. His sought-after skills and musicality led him to many important collaborations with high caliber musicians such as Steve Khan, Eddie Gómez and Jerry González, placing him among the most respected drummers in Puerto Rico.
Recent collaborations include Viento de Agua, Hip Hop artist Tego Calderón, Vico C, lounge/electronica artist MIMA, recordings with new jazz artists like saxophonist Luis Rodríguez (Fresh Sound records), Holograma Quartet (M.A. Productions/Pollymood Records), Ricardo Pons‘ Causa Común project, Holograma quintet, and presentations in venues like the San Juan Heineken Jazz Fest, Dominican Republic Jazz Festival, Barranquilla Jazz Fest, Curacao Jazz Fest, Faot Music Fest in Mexico, National Public Radio Philadelphia (NPR), Manhattan’s Joe’s Pub and Brooklyn Theatre et al. He also has done clinics and concerts in South America with the United States Embassy Music Education Program. Sponsored by: Yamaha drums, Zildjian cymbals, Meinl drumsticks and Evans drumheads.
- El Laberinto del Cocó (2017)
- Jerry Medina: La timba dura (2014)
- Viento de Agua: Opus V (Grammy nominee)
- Holograma Quintet: Origen (2014)
- Mima: El Pozo (2012)
- Cultura Profética: La dulzura (2011)
- Viento de Agua: Fruta Madura (2010)
- Holograma Quartet (2008)
- Cultura Profética: Mota (2006)
- Luis Rodríguez Quartet: U-Turn (2006)
- Mima (2005)
- Ricardo Pons CausaComún: Segunda Piel (2003)
- Lissette: Live (2001)
- René González: Nada es Imposible (1995)