Sacha Azcona (Madrid, 1975) founded in 1999 the Marketing and Communication Agency Haz Comunicación. From there, he combines his work as consultant with the University teaching, and the management of the Azcona Foundation. This cultural institution promotes the scientific investigation related to the arts, and has published the catalogues raisonné of the most important Spanish artists of the 20th century (Julio González, Martín Chirino, Joan Brossa, Pablo Serrano, Manolo Millares among others).
In 2001, Azcona shared his business adventure in Internet de la @ a la Z (Alianza Editorial). In 2007, he published El Madrid de Almodóvar, a guide of Madrid that takes you to the locations of the film director. For the children and YA audience, he has published ¡Cecilio tiene gafas! (Bruño, 2018), the illustrated book ¿Dónde están las vocales? (Bruño, 2016), and Mi abuelo es una estrella (Bruño, 2016), List of Honour of the CCEI Awards for Children and Young Literature Books. In 2020, Azcona will publish Splendida and el Misterio de las Verduras Asquerosas.