Born in 1971, he first trained as an architect, later developing his artistic talents by joining the collective Otolab in 2001, participating in the creation of multimedia events held live in Milan, Rome, Bologna, Brussels, Paris, Mexico City, Montreal and Oslo. Several of these audiovisual projects received international awards, such as the “Celeste Prize” in Berlin. Since 2008, he teaches at the C.F.P. Bauer, theories of representation, sound design, and history of multimedia languages, while at the N.A.B.A. in Milano he teaches audiovisual performance. In 2012, he founded the “Materia Sonica” project, with a personal show, which developed to become a multimedia art collective. Since 2013, he primarily deals with projection mapping on buildings, trade shows and events in entertainment facilities.