In 2012 he founded and run a web tv called Freesh Tv in Sri Lanka.
In 2014, he made a long journey from Italy to Sri Lanka by land. This occasion became an opportunity to work as a photo reporter, but it also turned into one of the most important experiences of his life.
Back to Italy, in 2015, he started to work as filmmaker, making a laboratory of participating videos and teaching digital communication in Milan. During these years, he developed many personal projects in filmmaking and photography, directing many shorts like: "Son of the Lovely Capitalism", "A Place for Me", "Manel Shop".
He made his first feature film "For a Son" in 2017, which tells of the fragile relationship between a Sri Lankan mother, coming to Italy to work, and her teenage son. The movie has as the star of Sri Lanka's Kaushalya Fernando and is considered by critics as a milestone for the cultural and artistic recognition of the second generation Italians.
After "Per un figlio", he directed the short movie "The delivery", produced by Okta Film, and won the MigrArti section at Venice Film Festival in September 2017.
He is now developing his second feature.