Researcher at the Center for Agronomic Research of the University of Costa Rica. He holds a degree in Geography and a Master's in Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing, both academic degrees obtained at the University of Costa Rica. With 9 years of experience in the use of geographic information for agronomic management. He has worked in research and social action projects that seek to transfer the benefits of geospatial information to cooperatives in the Costa Rican agricultural sector. His main lines of research are remote sensing methods and techniques for agricultural monitoring and digital soil mapping. He teaches courses at the Agronomy and Geography schools of the University of Costa Rica. He is co-author of 4 scientific articles and 7 abstracts from national and international congresses.