Rome, 1962. He studied architecture at La Sapienza University of Rome, where he lives and works. In 1989 he attended the atelier of Gianni Dessì and in 1992 he held his first solo exhibition in Düsseldorf. Later he participated in numerous group exhibitions, exposing abroad – in London, Paris, Taipei, Havana, Lyon and Edinburgh – and in Italy, becoming well known thanks to the sculptures of chewing gum, which brought about through a long process that starts with a cast of coated plaster of polyurethane foam, and comes to the final stage of drying obtained with three different fixatives: the antibiotic, formaldehyde, Paraloid. In 2002 for the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino he realizes the scenography of the ballet La n du jour of Schubert, choreographed by Fabrizio Monteverde, represented in Florence and Bologna. The following year plans two solo exhibitions in Rome: Low Fidelity for Volume! and Tabula Casa, the Museum of Contemporary Art. In these years he took part in numerous solo and group exhibitions and national and international projects, including Art for Children of Beslan pediatric hospital in Vladikavkaz (2005). In 2008 a solo exhibition, Requiem for Dissent, at Testori UK (London), and Micronarrativa exhibition in the Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Etienne (France). In 2014 another important exhibition in Lyon, Vrai Nord, Olivier Houg Gallery. Among the most recent solo exhibitions we must mention: The Song of the Earth, produced by Icarius of Montepulciano (2010), and Power of delusion, by Giulia Abate, in the monumental complex of the Vittoriano in Rome (2013). In April 2010 he created in Rome in the Press Room of Palazzo Valentini an installation inaugurated by Nicola Zingaretti, President of the Rome Province. In 2016 he has illustrated the manifesto of the 59th edition of the Festival of two worlds and inaugurates the exhibition Is the world ying? (Il mondo vola?), curated by Duccio Trombadori and organized by the Mucciaccia Gallery of Rome in the Town Hall of Spoleto. In September 2016 inagurates the exhibition Forbidden World, curated by Gianluca Marziani, at Partners & Mucciaccia Gallery in Singapore.