As a child, he switched from guitar to electric bass and then to double bass. While studying classical music at the Luigi Cherubini Music Conservatory in Florence, he further deepens explored and improved his experience in jazz playing and recording with Stefano Battaglia, Fabrizio Bosso, Marco Tamburini, Gabriele Mirabassi, Cristiano Arcelli, Luca Santaniello.
At 23 he moved to Paris and graduated in Jazz Music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur (with Riccardo Del Fra and Daniel Humair). He stayed in Paris for ten years where he joined the lively environment of jazz and improvised music of the city, carrying on his musical projects (Le Monde De Kota, Rockingchair with Airelle Besson and Sylvain Rifflet) and sideman activity with Alain Jean-Marie, Nguyen Le, Youn Sun Nah, Aldo Romano, Glenn Ferris, and occasionally Johnny Griffin, Phil Woods and Michel Legrand. For three years he played mostly with French singer-songwriter Renan Luce.
In 2012 he moved back to Florence where he resumed collaborations with Italian musicians and other passing artists (including Joe Cohn, Scott Hamilton, James Newton, Jesse Davis). At the same time, he continued his activity with French bands like the Bruno Ruder Quintet with Billy Hart, the Vincent Le Quang Quartet, the Pierre Durand Roots Quartet.
As a performer and improviser, he has been part of the Tempo Reale Centre’s electroacoustic music productions, working with composers Sylvano Bussotti, Daniele Lombardi among the others.