His works have been presented and awarded at festivals: Synthèse Bourges, Festival d'Automne (Paris), International Computer Music Conference, Biennale di Venezia Danza, Inventionen (Berlin), Engine 27 (New York), Festival di Ravenna, Redcat Festival (Los Angeles) etc and published on CD and DVD in Computer Music Journal, ICMC, CNI, etc.
He has published in Italian and English, «Musica Elettronica e Sound Design», a two-volume text on the synthesis and elaboration of sound with the Max-MSP software (in collaboration with M.Giri) hosted by different universities and conservatories in North America and in Europe. He has lectured at numerous European and American universities (University of California, Sibelius Academy Helsinky, etc.). He is a member of the editorial team of Organized Sound magazine (Cambridge University Press) and Edison Studio (Rome) and is a tenured professor of Electroacoustic Musical Composition and Integrated Audiovisual Composition at the Frosinone Conservatory of Music (Rome).
He is part of the group of 4 composers at the Edison Studio, with whom he has co-performed the live soundtracks for 5 silent films, including Robert Wiene's expressionist masterpiece The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Alfred Hitchcock's Blackmail and Bertolini-Padovan's Inferno (1911) released in 2011 by the Bologna Cinematheque on DVD with 5.1 surround.