After graduated in Letters in 2001, he obtained his PhD in Sociology of Communication and Performing Arts from the University of Urbino in 2006. In the same university, and always in 2006, he obtained a Master in E-Learning Management. After two years of research grants (2007-2009), he became a researcher with a short-term contract (2009-2012). From 2013 to 2019 he is again a research fellow. Since 2019 he is a researcher with a short-term contract in Sociology of Communication and Cultural Processes. For years he has been involved in storytelling, media and teaching, with a particular focus on distance learning. His main research interests are storytelling and the educational potential offered by the latest technologies, from the Internet to video games. Since 2007 he has been teaching at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and collaborates with other universities as a teacher or tutor (University of Rome La Sapienza, University of Cagliari). He is the author of more than 20 publications. He has participated and is participating in several national and international projects. He is currently involved in projects concerning counternarrative, the fight against stereotypes and discrimination, and the creation of an educational academy for the professional figures of clinical trial centres in Europe.