I’ve started drawing as a child and, since then, I’ve never stopped.
Nowadays I’m an illustrator and I’ve had the pleasure of working with brands like Jeep, Puma, Warner Bros, Kinder, Disney, Sony and many others. My illustrations were published on international magazines and newspapers like Wired UK, L’Espresso, Il Sole 24 Ore and Il Corriere della Sera.
In recent years I’ve taken part in many exhibitions and events all around the world, but I’ve never left my city, Vicenza.
I had the honor of being selected by New York Society of Illustrators and being nominated for the TCBF and the Boscarato prizes, even though the prize I’m most grateful for is being able to do my dream job.
I’m currently serving as an art director for the Illustri Festival and I teach both at Turin IED and at Padua International School of Comics. When I’m not working, I’m probably taking a walk with my dog.
Rome is like an old song, every time you listen to it, it sends chills down your spine.
It’s a city I love. It’s a city I hate. Rome is like that old perfume your mother wore that used to give you a headache but that now, every time you feel it again, gets you emotional.
I hate its beauty and I love its contradictions. Trying to define even just a part of its magnificence is a challenge I could not turn down, even more, for a project like RomaID, which, in its uniqueness, is quite tricky.