He pursued his undergraduate studies in Italy. He started working on Landscape Archaeology during the writing of his master thesis (2019), which gave him the opportunity to conduct research through classical methodologies of ancient topography crossed with innovative techniques. Since 2020, he has been involved in photogrammetric acquisitions and drone surveys at the LAP&T lab.

In 2021, he completed his master degree at the Center for Geotechnology (CGT, University of Siena). Through this experience he was able to deepen his knowledge regarding digital aspects of archaeological research. Of particular importance in his path was the exchange, thanks to a competitive scholarship, at the University of Lund (Sweden). In this department he was able to improve his knowledge on liDAR and Artificial Intelligence (AI) application to archaeological studies. .

Since 2020, he has been part of the organizing committee of the session on Mobile GIS at CAA (Computer Applications in Archaeology).

In the coming years he plan to develop and improve the methodological aspects of research in forest contexts in the Mediterranean area.