He was born in Pavia in 1977. He graduated in Performing Arts from University of Bologna with a thesis about cinema in Cuba. He is a film-maker and media activist, he is also co-founder of Teleimmagini, created in 2002. He made many reportages and documentaries about immigrants in Italy and he took part to solidarity projects in Colombia. In 2007, together with Filippo Ticozzi, he creates a series of documentaries in Chile called "Il paese sottile", produced by MarcopoloTV and Sky Italia. In 2008 he directs "Historias de Guatemala", a 52 minutes-long documentary about ruman rights issues in that country, presenting it at Politic Cinema Festival in Buenos Aires and at the Southern American Festival in Trieste. In 2010 he co-directs, along with Claudio Metallo and Mico Meloni “Un pagamu, la tassa della paura”, stories of people who decided to not pay protection bribes in Lamezia Terme. The award-winner documentary is screened in many festivals in Italy. He worked for Teleimmagini on Striplife (2013, 64', directed with Nicola Grignani, Luca Scaffidi, Alberto Mussolini and Andrea Zambelli), which was awarded more than once and participated to many international festivals.