Always fascinated by the world of guitar and woodworking, he began playing classical and electric guitar at the age of 16 with the guidance of the masters Gianpaolo Lopresti and Danilo Bar respectively. In 2012 he built his first instrument by attending a course for the construction of electric guitars, held by the master luthier Giulio Negrini.
In the following year, he attended a basic course for sound studio with sound engineer Luigi Venuti at the Password Studio and built during a short course at the Civica Scuola di Liuteria in Milan his first classical guitar. In the following years he undertook an educational path focused on the same type of instrument with master luthier Mario Rubio, construction teacher at the aforementioned school and developed similar constructive experiences with the guidance of other professionals in the sector.
He joined the Accademia di Liuteria Piemontese in 2016 for cultural interests, since 2018 he has been collaborating with the Association for the improvement and expansion of the Pizzico Tools sector, with particular attention to the working methodology and the ability of students to self-analyze the results obtained.