Writing has always been to me a great way to gain experience. I found my passion when I attended high school and I’ve never lost it, in term of trying to find new concepts, new styles, and new devices.
In 1995 I started my young career writing for RadioMusc, a magazine based in Bologna about radios in Italy. In 1998 I founded RadioAzioni and CalcioCampano, the first Italian projects of web magazines. Indeed CalcioCampano was successful in terms of technology, audience, and editorial ideas that also involved also a radio (Radio Punto Zero) and a tv station (Telecapri Sport) for the first experiment of audio streaming of football matches.
In 2004 I started a collaboration with The Nation, one of the biggest Asian newspapers from Bangkok, contributing to the magazine for teenagers (The Nation Juniors).
At the same time, I was writing for OhMyNews International (Korea), one of the first experiments of citizen journalism in the world.
Since 2005, I’m in the Italian Associationof Journalists. From 2006 to 2010, I covered the position as a columnist for La Voce d’Italia (born as La Voce di Milano), and founding the Observatory on Media and new media.
Since 2010, I write my contribution in the section Fanpage D’Autore for Fanpage, and in 2015 I founded CoffeeBI, coffee business intelligence, a new concept to develop knowledge and business intelligence about the coffee industry.