Marcos, a Sydney-based filmmaker, was born in Dean Funes, Córdoba province, Argentina. His deep-rooted passion for photography, cinema, and travel began during his childhood.
He holds a degree in film and television, as well as a technical degree as a technical producer in audiovisual media, both from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba.
In 2013, Marcos received a scholarship to study at the University of Texas in the United States, an opportunity that enriched his skills and experience. During his time in the U.S., he worked at KLRU TV on the award-winning program “Arts in Context,” which received the Lone Star Emmy, and was broadcast on PBS in the United States. Additionally, he studied advanced editing techniques with Christopher Roldan, known for his work on films such as “The Tree of Life” and “To the Wonder.”
In 2017, Marcos contributed to the film “Rojo,” featuring Darío Grandinetti, where he served as a production assistant and also captured still photography. He was also a valuable part of the photography team for the telefilm “KM674, Voltear Obregón.”
In 2018 and 2019, Marcos relocated to New Zealand, where he engaged in diverse audiovisual projects, including covering a wide array of cultural events. Following this, he embarked on a journey through Southeast Asia, capturing documentary photographic footage that would later be translated into compelling written stories and chronicles for “Latidos Magazine,” a New Zealand-based publication.
In 2020, Marcos accomplished a significant milestone by completing his first documentary film, “Soñando Martín” (Dreaming Martín). The documentary garnered attention and acclaim, earning selections at prominent film festivals such as the Lift-Off Global Network-New York 2021 and the Cordoba Film Festival. The film saw a successful release in cinema theaters across Argentina, including the renowned Gaumont Cinema Theatre in Buenos Aires. It also received official recognition from the Honorable Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine Nation for its outstanding contribution.