Master degree in Conservation at Istituto Centrale del Restauro in 1978 and master degree in Architecture at Politecnico in Torino. Chief restorer selected by Public Administration in Beni Culturali in 1980, in Rome Palazzo Barberini and after two years become private restorer and opened a study in Torino and in Rome. After winning the scholarship Fullbright of the commission of exchange Italy-USA, lived two years in New York to develop the study of conservation of Contemporary Art in U.S.A. Institutions, working in different private studies specialised. Works since thirty years in Italian and foreign institutions for the conservation of works of art, continuously deepening conservation matters with research studies and sperimentation in collaboration with universitary institutions in different fields. Worked with institutions for the realisation of meetings and lectures and has been responsible for Galleria d’Arte Moderna of Turin for the project INCCA, creation of a network for Contemporary Art Conservation. Since eight years has been teaching restoration at Accademia Albertina of Turin in the course of conservation with new laboratories, and teaches history and technique of conservation at University of Turin, and Politecnico of Turin as contract teacher. He teaches in different institutions as Istituto Centrale del Restauro and Scuola Normale di Pisa, transferring his experiences to the new generations of restorers. Published in various revues on conservation studies and reports, participating to the international debate about the role of restorer defining the deontological characteristics of the profession. The laboratory in Torino is fully equipped with all instrumentation necessary with special effort for the documentation with the study of materials and technique of execution and stratification of different phases.