Born in 1944, died in 2017.
At the age of seven, he became an apprentice in a glass studio, learning the techniques.
He was recognized by Maestro Alfred Balbini, a living national treasure, and was thoroughly trained in the basics of glass art.
In 1960, he became a maestro in his teens.
While working with artists and architects such as Dali and Licata, he has been teaching at glass schools in the United States and Japan since 1988.
He has participated in exhibitions in Italy, France, Canada, the United States, and many other countries.
He is one of the leading Murano maestros of this century.