Singer-songwriter, lyricist, composer and musician specialized in fingerpicking (guitar) technique.

He partecipated at the Sanremo 2000 Festival (among the new proposals and almost reaching the final) , the 2002 Naples Festival, the Biella Festival 2001 (of which he was the winner).

He has played in various cities of Italy and Europe (Folk Club and Gilgamesh in Torino, Black Swan in York, Blue Sun in Luvinate and in Alba for the concert dedicated to Bob Dylan’s sixtieth birthday etc … etc ..) He participated in some guitar stages including the one held by Pierre Bensusan in Chateaux-Thierry (Paris) in 2001 and the one held by Franco Morone in Modena in 2004.

From 2001 to 2007 he collaborated with Andrea Pozzoli (formerly instrumentalist of Francesco De Gregori, Massimo Bubola and Nomadi) with whom he has created part of the music and words from the show “Livingstone” interpreted by the acrobatic dance group Kataklò.

Since 2012 he has been living in Gozo, Malta, where he has played 80-100 gigs a year in solo gigs and duo sets with guitarist Warren McStay. In 2014 he formed the band “Mud Dogs” with electric guitarist Garry Cheshire (former session band with top English bands) and harmonica player Ian Cox.

Guitar and harmonica teacher since 1998, from 2005 and 2007 he has also been one of five trustees tasked with the administration of the financial and artistic organization of the Novara Opera Theatre, one of the 27 state sponsored opera theatres in Italy.

He moved to Limerick in February 2019.