When you are asked: "when did you know you wanted to become a musician?" the answer could be: "when I started taking piano lessons at six", but that would be the boring answer.
Maybe I understood my love for music when, while playing videogames on my C64 or Amiga, I started recording their music and sound effects on tapes (yes, I am that old!) to be able to listen to them later, and eventually torturing my parents with them during our car trips.
Then I became a more disciplined student, learning music theory and practice (which, in spite of my childhood ambitions, did not include a "cutlery on dishes" class).
I then widened my horizons, taking a master in Computer Science at University (yes, that's a strange choice for a musician, but when you love videogames and work with computer most of your time... it just seemed a natural choice).
From then I never stopped learning and experimenting. I went to London to study at SAE institute, which revealed to be a wonderful experience, and revealed also my love for that city and country.
So, around 2005, I finally took courage and embarked in the adventure of "working" as a composer and musician. I created my studio, called Cyberleaf, and started creating soundtracks and designing the sound of several videogames and multimedia applications.
I also continued working on music at a more "artistic" level, with the release of some solo and band albums (among all the metal band Icycore and the electronic music trio SoogoWonk).
My music ranges from intimate piano movements, to orchestral scores, electronic tracks, or even metal/rock songs. I don't like to put limits to creativity, except the ones related to quality and emotionality, which is always a key of my works.
Sometimes I like to think of me as a digital storyteller since, as everything which surrounds us carries a sound, it also carries stories, which most of the time deserves to be told.