After obtaining a degree in psychology he made his directorial debut with the documentary “Peppino Impastato: Storia di un Siciliano Libero”. For years he worked in cinema as assistant director. In 2005 he founded Demetra Produzioni, then following the documentary “Crimes of Peace” (on the disasters of the Augusta petrochemical center) of which he is author and director, he was invited to be part of the scientific committee of the ten-year sustainable development education (DESS) of the Italian National Commission for UNESCO. In 2007 with “A Pirrera” he was asked to hold a series of seminars on Italian documentaries in numerous prestigious American universities including Harvard University in Cambridge and Tulane in New Orleans. In 2008 he collaborated with Rai Educational in the making of two documentaries for “La Storia Siamo Noi”: “Terre in Moto” and “Cronache di Mafia”. In 2009 he created the SiciliAmbiente Film Festival with Demetra Produzioni, of which he is still artistic director.
In 2010 he returned to directing with two works: “Uno di Noi”, a collective film made for the prestigious Franco-German TV Artè and “A Tutto Tonno” film with which he returned to address environmental issues. In 2012 he made the documentary film “The Black Saint” with which he addresses the issue of immigration. In 2013 he co-directed a new collective film for Artè entitled “No Man’s Land”. In the same year he co-authored of the film “Tutti le Scuole del Regno” by Marco Bechis. In 2014 he is executive producer of the film “La Musica di Calatafimi” written and directed by David Riondino. In 2015 he is one of the founders of Diritti a Todi Human Rights International Film Festival. In 2017 he directed the documentary film “La Corsa de L’Ora” produced by Marvin Film and Demetra Produzioni, with which he won the Nastri D’Argento award for best Docufilm in 2018. Also in 2018 he co-authored the documentary “Prospettiva Ballarò”.