Born in Lomazzo (Como) in 1959, after attending Liceo artistico he started work in the field of comics training himself in the studio of Franco Bignotti. He illustrated the series "Enguerrand et Nadine" and "Gun Gallon" for Editions Lug. In the eighties, he became a member of the team of Martin Mystère, bringing immediately out his talent. He also illustrated the first forty covers of the horror comics Dylan Dog. After joining the équipe of Tex he inherited from Galep the demanding role of cover author for the main publication of Sergio Bonelli Editore. He alterned several illustrations for foreign editions to other works such as the short story "Sessanta giorni a Palermo" which deals about the murders of judges Falcone and Borsellino. In 2006 he collaborated with scriptwriter Tito Faraci to create a comic book dedicated to Devil and Capitan America for Marvel/Panini Comics. Since 2007 he is also the cover author of Collezione Storica a Colori di Tex, published in collaboration with La Repubblica.