Born in Basilicata, he moved to Milan at 17 to study photography under Giovanni Chiaramonte. He worked as an assistant to various fashion photographers and traveled internationally. At 24, he began collaborating with record labels such as Virgin Music and Sony Music, photographing artists like Quincy Jones and Ivano Fossati.In 1997, he opened his first studio in Milan and became the official photographer for the Berlusconi family for about ten years. He conducted a photographic reportage on African music in Burkina Faso in 2000, which was exhibited in galleries. From 2001, his work appeareded in major magazines like Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair, Grazia, and magazines from the Mondadori and RCS Group, with which he created various covers and editorials for Style Magazine, Panorama, Paris Match, Max France, Maxim, and others, capturing celebrities such as Donatella Versace and Ambra Angiolini.He created album covers, worked with agencies like Getty Image and Contour Paris, and shot advertising campaigns for renowned fashion brandi. In 2012, he started teaching at Istituto Marangoni in Milan and collaborated with Pitti Uomo, Pitti Immagine and Pitti Fragrance. Since 2013, he has focused on fashion photography and film productions worldwide. In 2019, he co-founded the creative factory Occhi Bianchi in Milan.