Born in Rome in 1969. He is a professor in various Italian schools, including Rome’s ISIA and the Istituto Europeo di Design. He founded Bottega design, one of the most eclectic Roman agencies, specializing in design, cinema, television and figurative and graphic arts during the nineties. He has designed installations for important museums and scientific series for RAI, and created products for Slamp, Tim-Alitalia, Ford, Toyota, Ferrero, Enel, Disney, Nestlè. His film sets and video productions have been used by the likes of Fox/Sky and Universal Studios. In 2001, he won the first young designer’s Compasso d’Oro for a project focusing on healthcare innovation.