A professional journalist and author of essays and biographies, he worked in the Sesaab-L'Eco di Bergamo group, where he was one of the last reporters to form at the school of Msgr. Andrea Spada.
At L'Eco di Bergamo he was involved in publishing activities for schools and young people, covering also the role of envoy. He is the author of about fifty essays and biographies, including "Nessuno è cretino", the last conversation-interview by the great pedagogist Aldo Agazzi.
He edited the two volumes of the letters of Santa Paola Elisabetta Cerioli ("Letters of a Mother") and coordinated the work "Lombardia / Introduction to a didactics of the territories".
For the popular Velar-Elledici's "Blue Necklace" he has published texts devoted above all to the protagonists of social Catholicism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including Leonardo Murialdo, Leone Dehon, Antonio Maria Gianelli, Annibale Maria di Francia, Francesco Spinelli, Maria Elisabetta Mazza.
Always for Velar he published three titles dedicated to the teaching of Pope Francis:"Francesco" (first edition: November 2013; continuous updates have turned it into a real "encyclopedia" on Papa Bergoglio), "Nessuno resta staying back" (2016) and "Come grains in an ear of wheat" (2016) .
Blogger, author of documentaries, deals with "educational" publishing (he is director of Atempopieno - magazine of the Catholic Schools Parents Association - and of Okay!).
He received several journalistic awards, including the European Award for Environmental Reporting (the so-called "European Pulitzer" for environmental information, 1992-1993).
He created "LaceR / Azioni", an innovative research project based on the observation of urban reality perceived in the colours of "street signs", with exhibitions in Italy and abroad.