Born in Rome on January 7, 1994, he began his musical studies at the age of 8 with the piano. During high school, he attended courses in digital music, taught by Stefano Isola, which led him to enroll in a course in electronic music production at the Roman studio Forum Music Village, taught by Silvio Relandini and Enrico Cosimi.
In 2014, he embarked on the academic path of Electronic Music at the Ottorino Respighi Conservatory in Latina, studying under the guidance of professors Luigi Ceccarelli, Simone Pappalardo, Gustavo Delgado, Maurizio Giri, Francesco Antonioni, and Paolo Rotili, graduating with honors in 2020.
He studied Sonology at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague as an Erasmus student with instructors such as Richard Barrett, Bjarni Gunnarson, Johan Van Kreij, Gabriel Paiuk, Joel Ryan.
His focus on performing arts, composition, sound design, and the programming of reactive audio systems led him to work in the field of electronic music since 2014, with a particular interest in audio- video, music applied to theater and dance, live electronics, and spontaneous improvisation.
Through programming in Max MSP, he creates systems of interaction between various art forms. Starting from the design of tools for live electronics, progressing to the development of control systems for multi-channel and 3D sound environments, and control sensors for music, he merges fundamental elements for the development of his aesthetic and artistic research.
Since 2023, he has been a member of Nuova Consonanza, of which he directs the technical setup of the annual festival, and he is part of the Eison Studio collective, for which he creates soundtracks for silent films. He is also a co-founder of the music and dance collective "Sonicomoto."