Born in Casagiove in 1986, a freelance journalist, his reportages won the “Reporter contro l’usura” award, the “Maria Grazia Cutuli” international journalism award and the one dedicated to Ivan Bonfanti. He has carried out inquiries on the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, on the traffics of the Camorra, on the outskirts of London, on the conflict in Donbass, on the coup in Burkina Faso, on the African market of clandestine gold and on the Venezuelan crisis. Among his books: “Mechanical Visions” (2011), “My Name is Kurdistan” (2014) and “Ukraine. The war that is not there” (with Andrea Sceresini, 2015).