Mario Viñuela is a musician and audio-visual producer, working single-handed in different projects in those fields since 2009. Together with Elena Silva, he has founded the studio La habitación con una cama (Spain) where they develop both musical and audio-visual projects.

As musician he has composed soundtracks for television (Disney XD, Canal Boing, Cartoon Network and Canal Crimen e Investigación), and also for theatre plays and several narrative projects. He has received several awards: AMAS 2015: “Best Soundtrack” for the movie Todo el tiempo del mundo, directed by José Antonio Quirós (Pídele cuentas al rey, Cenizas en el cielo, etc.). GAVA 2015: “Best Soundtrack” for the short film One Step Ahead.

In 2016 he wrote the original score for the film El signo de Caronte, directed by Néstor F. Dennis, featuring Rubén Cortada and Melani Olivares. The premiére was released in the Málaga Spanish Film Festival.

In 2018, music supervisor Susan Jacobs chose the piano piece, Pienso, luego existes, as part of the soundtrack for the HBO series Sharp Objects, directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and featuring Amy Adams.

In 2022 he released Lifetime, his first vinyl LP on the Memory Recordings label of Italian pianist Fabrizio Paterlini.

In 2023, he directed and composed the soundtrack for the short film Fracasar contigo, his studio’s first work as a film production company, which won the award for Best Asturian Short Film at the Cinesan 2023 International Short Film Festival. That same year he composed the soundtrack for the play Ada Byron, la tejedora de números, winner of the Jovellanos 2022 Award for Best Production, directed by Ernesto Arias.