Director, producer, film editor and scriptwriter born in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Julián graduated from the School of Cinema (ECU, Uruguayan Cinematheque) . He has written and directed the documentary film "Roslik and the Village of Suspiciously Russian-looking People" and several short fiction films. Is co-founder of film production company Raindogs Cine based in Montevideo, where he produced the feature films "Anina", "A moonless night", "78 Revolutions", "Working Lights" and "El Gran PipíCucú", a television series for children. He served as well as editor of several film features (“Leo’s room”, “Anina”, “A moonless Night”, “Cenizas”, “Caddies”, “78 revolutions”, "Working Lights" among others)
He is now working in his first fiction feature film as director, "Koch Variations".
Since 2012 he teaches Editing. Between 2015-2017 Julian served as president of the Film Producers and Directors Association in Uruguay (ASOPROD).
Julián is graduated as a Computer Engineer at the Engineering School, University of the Republic of Uruguay (FING-UDELAR). Until 2007 he worked in the software industry, before devoting himself full time to filmmaking.