Comics designer, illustrator and teacher, he was born in Turin, where he now lives and works. He graduated in Communication Sciences at the University of Turin with a dissertation largely created with comics, and since 1996 he has been a cartoonist and screenwriter for The Walt Disney Co. Italia for the magazine Topolino. In 2004 he realised the comic strip adaptation of M. Rio’s noir novels for the Malone series published by Casterman. Between 2006 and 2007 he published Gate 22 (Pavesio) and the series Terroriste (Glenat), and in 2010 he created the series Mossad (Jungle/Casterman), all based on texts by J-C. Bartoll. Since 2010 he has been working on character design, mainly for animation commercials. He has worked as an illustrator for Ferrero, Shimadzu, Audi, Alfa Wassermann, Grendi, Trenord, Roche,
and other companies. He teaches “comic art” at the Academy of Fine Arts in Turin. In 2019 he published the paper Character Design & Co. (Audino).