A technique that he invented using modern materials to recreate contrasts, densities and tones of photographic paper of the early 1900's attracts the attention of important names such as Florence Henri: the American photographer famous for her collaboration with Bauhaus who commissions his works and prints to be exhibited and later to enter into collections in some of the most important museums throughout the world.
As an expert of multivision he handles the look of the exhibition "Between magic, science and wonder" at Palazza Bianco in Genova, later shown at the Pitti Palace in Florence and at the Fountainebleau Castle in France. When at the end of the 1970's he begins to work in the fashion world his photos are bought up by Gianfranco Ferré and to this day are kept in the archives of the Gianfranco Ferré Foundation.
He publishes his works in many prestigious magazines throughout the world: Vogue Paris, Vogue Russia, Vogue Spain, Harper's Bazar Australia, Japan, Korea, USA, GQ Germany, South Africa, Spain, in Italy Vogue, Amica, Glamour.
He collaborates with great designers such as Giorgio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Christian Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gianfranco Ferré, Lanvin, Morlotti, Moschino, Versace.