Born in 1931 in Chiasso, Switzerland, as an Italian citizen. He studied sculpture at the Brera Academy of Arts in Milan and started working as a graphic designer. In 1955 he became art director of Studio Linea, Rome. During his career, he developed projects for many important companies including Alitalia, American Express, Q8, Club Mediterranéee, BNL, Gilette, Peroni, Pernigotti, and others. Together with Alberto Ciccardini he designed the graphic equipments for the world championships of the Italian Cycling Federation. While for six years he was also in charge of the layout of Carabinieri magazine. He retired in 1996 and dedicated to painting and philately.