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Born in Rome in 1959 he began studying music when he was thirteen.

In the second half of the '70s, he played with several bands and toured the whole of Italy.

In 1982, he attended the C.A.M.S. of Rome (Arts and Crafts Centre Performing Arts) with teachers as Lucio Dalla, Riccardo Cocciante, Antonello Venditti, Ivan Graziani, Ennio Morricone and others.

It also specializes in sound synthesis, attending training courses and workshops held, amongst others, by the famous engineer Robert Moog inventor of the Moog synthesizer.

In the mid '80s, he undertook various collaborations, as songwriter and arranger, with some record producers, including Marco Luberti, author and producer of Riccardo Cocciante, and Kico Fusco member of the Schola Cantorum, and producer of Sergio Caputo.

In the early '90s, it deals with music commentary for television and cinema. In collaboration with bassist Piero Montanari, composed soundtracks for films directed by Joe D'Amato and produces several signature tunes for RAI, the Italian public service broadcaster.

Subsequently, he began an intense composition for documentaries and television programs, such as: “Geo & Geo”, “La Grande Storia”, “Sereno Variabile”, “Chi l'Ha Visto” etc.

In 2002 he started working with the comedian and director Marcello Cesena (ex Bronkoviz), as part of the television program “Mai dire .... “ of Gialappa's Band, music, the series "Sensualità a Corte" a parody of "Dr. House, "" Don Babbeo "and other sketches.

In the field of discography he has been involved in productions and arrangements for various artists, including singer / songwriter Stefano Rossi Crespi, the Cape Verdean singer's Tchis Lopes and the rap band AK47.

In 2006 he was awarded the "golden disc" for the song "Christmas 3", sung by the famous Italian “a cappella” band "Neri per Caso" and also subsequently performed by Antonella Ruggiero, Amedeo Minghi and the two Maltese singers Thea Garrett and Christabelle Borg .

In 2008 he composed and produced songs on the CD "A New World" featuring "Soundquake Project