I’ve always had a huge passion for mechanics. I started working at 16 as a handyman in the prototype department of a well-known company that deals with motorcycle exhaust systems. I took care of the welding, turning, preparation and tuning of motors, at the time I felt to be in the right place.
I worked at this company every summer, until I graduated as a mechanical professional (ITIS). After graduation, I wanted to continue my studies by enrolling at university but, for a series of personal reasons, I had to abandon the idea of an engineering degree and soon start my career at a company specialised in the production of hydraulic components. I was not happy, I was missing something, and after a while I decided to resign to work as a technician in a company specialising in the construction of exhaust systems in the automotive sector. The ambition to grow pushed me to do my utmost to bring out my qualities.