Born in Cosenza in 1986, he lives in Rome. He studied at Sapienza University of Rome, and graduated in 2011 with a degree thesis in Film History and Criticism whose title is “Esthetic of contemplation in contemporary cinema. Tarr, Sokurov, Gitai, P.T. Anderson.” He’s both a film critic and a videomaker.
He wrotes essays and film reviews for some Italian magazines (Filmcritica, Filmaker’s Magazine, Move in Sicily). As a videomaker, he experiences different languages; music videos, videoscenographies for theatrical plays, spots, fiction and documentary shorts.
The unifying tendence of his works consists in a peaceful and contemplative look, both in documentaries (Testaccio’s skin; Urban garden, 2011) and fiction works (Corporale-hypothesis about a sculpture, 2012; Orientations, 2014), and above all in the series alphabets, consisting actually of four parts and intended to be a work in progress: a cinematic diary about time, art, in search of the basic elements of a shared language to observe and narrate the world.