Rodrigo is a rising voice in film within a generation of new composers - with two Master’s degrees in film composing - one from the University of Bristol and the other from New York University. Rodrigo has amassed more than thirty credits in all kinds of productions. He has written music not only for film and television, but also for the theater, dance, and the concert hall. His music has been performed throughout Europe and the Americas.
He composed the score for the film La Niña de la Mina (Leow Films), directed by Jorge Eduardo "Tocayo" Ramírez, and distributed by Videocine. In 2013, Rodrigo composed the music for Televisa's homage to Roberto Gómez Bolaños and the El Chavo franchise. That same year, he also composed the score for the film Guten Tag, Ramón (Beanca Films), directed by Jorge Ramírez-Suárez, distributed by 20th Century Fox in Mexico, Germany, the U.S. And Latin America, where it has been acclaimed both by critics and audiences alike. The score was performed by the Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra SIF309, and it was recorded and mixed by Nick Wollage at SIF309 in Sofia, Bulgaria and at AIR Studios in London, UK respectively. Winner of the Silver Goddess for Best Original Score (the equivalent of the Golden Globes in Mexico) and nominated for Best Score in the Drama category at the Reel Music Awards 2014. The score is digitally available worldwide since May 2015.
*Posters of Guten Tag, Ramón and Futuros Posibles appear courtesy of Beanca Films.
*Poster of La Niña de la Mina appears courtesy of Leow Films and Videocine