I have played music since I was a child, and was myself a musician for years. For this reason the pursuit of a high quality sound in an instrument is fundamental for me.

Wood selection and attention to detail are always a focus in the pursuit of acoustic excellence.

When an instrument leaves my workshop it is a newborn, and begins to grow from that point on.

A modern instrument can not be compared to an antique one. As the instrument is brought into vibration by the musician, its sound continues to be enriched with ever more numerous harmonics.

There is also an element of sensitivity in violin making. It involves components coming together to achieve a unique harmonic balance. I endeavour to convey this sensitivity with my instruments.