I was born in 1980 in Abruzzo, a region in south-central Italy. After moving to Venice for my studies in Japanese language and culture, I came back to my hometown in 2008.
I'm a self-taught photographer, in 2001 I bought my first analogue camera starting the collection of my frames of the world.
In November 2012 I took part in a collective exhibition of instant photography at the Italian Cultural Institute of Berlin, within the framework of the 5th European Month of Photography.
In April 2017 I took part in the Fahrenheit39 Festival in Ravenna, Italy, with my first photo-book “A quiet place to live”, a collection of instant images made in 2016. I was also in the online section of “Circuito Off” European Photography Festival 2017, with my work about time and memory.
In August 2017 I've been interviewed by Underexposed Magazine on my most recent photographic work.