I started being a maker at 14, I become a journalist, but I kept experimenting and using what I was writing about. Many fruitful collaborations with major IT magazines - like PCWorld by IDG - then I became a consultant for HiTech products design. I never put away my solder iron and then there was Arduino. Now I'm over fifty and I'm still a passionate maker, but now I also mentor, teach and explain, sharing knowledge. Digital Fabrication, 3D printers, new models of sharing instead of patenting, FabLabs and such are the current expression of my interest and work. I am considered by the community a "3D Printer Master"