He initially trained in the Faculty of Architecture of Florence where, from 2003 to 2006 he worked as an assistant on the computer design course held by professor Carmela Crescenzi.
He was also appointed tutor in coordinating the survey of the wall circle and the city of Civitella in Valdichiana, in the province of Arezzo.
In 2006 he taught computer-aided design (Rhinoceros & Flamingo software) at the Metallo Nobile jewellery and jewellery design school in Florence.
From 2007 to 2013 he worked in the field of lighting design, specialising in the realistic representation of light and colour; at the same time he worked on projects of architecture and digital graphics.
In 2013 he recommenced his collaboration with the Metallo Nobile school, running the courses on jewellery design and drawing and computer design.
He is a keen photographer. In his free time he practices and follows sport, he is also keen on the mountains and on reading.
Many Florentine artists of the Renaissance received part of their training in goldsmith workshops. Just to name a few, Ghiberti grew up in his father’s goldsmith workshop and, more or less in the same period, Brunelleschi, Donatello and Luca della Robbia were receiving training in this art.
Goldsmith workshop, from De spherae (1480-1490)