I started framebuilding in 2008, taking Jim Kish's Titanium Framebuilding UBI class in Ashland, OR, USA. At the time, I was living in Italy, just north of Milano, a region known for its illustrious framebuilding history. That year I had met Darren Crisp in Castiglion Fiorentino, also a UBI alumni, and bought a titanium frame from him. I caught the bug and before the UBI class was over, I was already gathering tools and tubes to build my next frame. In 2010, I met Tiziano Zullo in his workshop in Castelnuovo del Garda and picked up brazing.

Around that time, I also started sharing the framebuilding experience with other wannabee enthusiasts, offering framebuilding classes. In 2014, after 10 years in Italy I moved to Copenhagen with my workshop and started a family. The workshop slowed down and started picking up dust.

Time passed, I'm now the happy father of two active young boys and the workshop has picked up steam again, ready for the next chapter of this framebuilding adventure.
 - Last update: 11/09/2021 -