He was born in Ancona where, under the guidance of sculptor Edgardo Mannucci, he studied at the State Institute of Art and later worked as a teacher there until 1978. He collaborated for many years with Valeriano Trubbiani, his former teacher, accompanying him to numerous appointments both in Italy and abroad. His passion for photography led him to create a historic documentation of events and personalities of those years, from Giulio Carlo Argan and Achille Bonito Oliva to Giorgio De Chirico and Gino De Dominicis. These photos were used for publications and catalogs of the master.
He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome under the guidance of Pericle Fazzini, who chose him to collaborate on the realization of the Resurrection in the Paolo VI Hall in Nervi at the Vatican. Enrico Crispolti, his teacher at the academy, presented some of his exhibitions, including “Proteo profetico” at the municipal art gallery of Macerata in 1984. In 1975, he participated in the X National Art Quadrennial in Rome.
In the late 1980s, his sculptor activity was accompanied by the restoration of frescoes. He worked on the restoration of the cathedral of Alatri and in Terracina, at the church of the cemetery, and in the Chapel of Pope Braschi in the Palazzo della Bonifica.
The monumental sculpture “La clessidra astrale” was created in 2006 and exhibited in the “II giardino delle delizie” exhibition curated by Vincenzo Scozzarella. Since 2008, it has been permanently installed in Piazza del Popolo in Latina.