A criminologist before becoming a Chef, a fate born and fueled during the college years, where he shared his time between studying and working in the kitchens of famous restaurants. He lived seven months in the streets of Madras to examine in details his dissertation subject, then he travelled and at last visited Japan. His determination, dedication and skills allowed him to be the only non Japanese student of Kaneki and Sushi Kan.
In him they saw a great talent to nurture, a man willing to learn not just the techniques, the cooking timing and the resources but, most of all, the culture, to grab any details and understand the true essence of that cuisine. In Italy, for five years he was chef at Zero, then he opened the first Wicky’s in Via San Calocero that moved to Corso Italia in 2015.