Fernando González is a GRAMMY-nominated and EMMY-winning writer, editor, and musician.

He writes about arts and culture for the digital arts magazine Artburst Miami and the music blog Jazz With An Accent.

His work also appears in The Miami Herald and the Miami New Times. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, González majored in math at the University of Buenos Aires before pursuing music full time.

He moved to the United States to attend Berklee College of Music, majoring in Composition/Film Scoring. He also studied composition with George Russell and electronic music with Robert Ceely at the New England Conservatory.

Since 2011, González also has been the Associate Editor for Print & Special Projects for The Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (Latin GRAMMY®); and in 2019, he joined the editorial team of the Miami Book Fair as an Associate Editor and writer.