Turin (1990), lives and works in Turin.
He studied graphic design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cuneo. In 2015 with a group of artists he founded Spaziobuonasera, artist-run space in Turin, which investigated the panorama of national and international contemporary art. His research develops horizontally where the theme of the landscape and the value of the image is the main focus, and is modified by taking different forms using photography, installation, drawing and sculpture. The first works in 2016 analyze the landscape, focusing on the composition and color choice going to create images as to paint a picture. Then the research expands and landscape becomes actually the central point, no longer from an aesthetic point of view and archive, but in specific study of elements that characterize it and make it recognizable. The images are now built in detail, isolating some elements characterize the environment and make it symbol of a place. His works are often the result of a complex study between presence and absence through the use of the visual image in many declinations to understand how, an element can change and constrain reading. In 2022 he getting the sponsorship of research by the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage (IT), for the project on the phenomenon of cupmaking with the contribution of scientific researchers and cultural operators; in 2020-21 selected by CAMERA as an emerging artist for Futures Photography, finalist of the FFF Fondazione Francesco Fabbri (2019). His works have been exhibited in national and international exhibitions such as: Museo Nazionale della Montagna, Turin; Sociètè Interludio, Turin; Photo Open Up, Museo Eremitani, Padua; Audi Studio by Nevven Gallery, Stockholm; Villa Vertua Masolo, Milan; Spaziosiena, Siena; LOFT, Lecce, Italy; Las Palmas, Lisbon; Arte Fiera, Bologna; Galleria Giuseppe Pero, Milano; BASIS, Frankfurt; Spaziobuonasera, Torino.