Mexican analyst of communication and culture. He has worked for the Federal Ministry of Culture and as a parliamentary advisor in the Culture Commission of the Chamber of Deputies and in the Senate of the Republic. He was a drafting member of the Constitutional Reform that established the right to culture in the Constitution of Mexico; Promoter of the creation of the Ministry of Culture and drafter of the General Law of Culture and Cultural Rights. In addition, he is a founding partner of Article 27 S. C., a society dedicated to judicial activism and strategic litigation in the field of art, culture and cultural rights, and a member of the Ibero-American Court of Mediation and Arbitration in Cultural Industries (CIAMIC). He is also a workshop writer, essayist and author of various books, such as Cultural heritage in Mexico, a strategic resource for development (Editorial Fundap); The Baskerville Eyeglasses, editorial introversions around the McRules that govern art and culture (Editorial Zafiro).