Born in 1980, his first attempt with music came in 1984 when he played with his parents (both musicians) in Schwetzingen, Germany during an encore. In 1989 when he received his first Washburn electric guitar as a gift. He started to play along with his heroes (Michael Jackson, Van Halen, Europe). In 1992 he left the guitar to study the drums: “Being a drummer first and a guitarist second, helped me a lot in terms of creativity and rhythmic knowledge.” In 1996 he left the drums because of his growing interest in guitar, especially after an intense listening of Images and Words by Dream Theater. Today, he’s a guitar player, a composer and an arranger. He has worked for a lot of artists since. In 2005 he flew to Canada to record James LaBrie’s third solo release titled Elements of Persuasion which has become a hit with progressive metal fans. Now member of the James LaBrie band, he put out his first solo record titled There’s Hope on Feb. 15th 2008 through Lion Music. In 2010 he also worked on the James LaBrie record Static Impulse as guitar player, co-writer and engineer. He released his second solo album in 2012, titled reMarcoble and edited by JTC Records. In 2013 he joined the James LaBrie’s band for the third time for the recording of the album Impermanent Resonance. In March 2015, he was announced as new guitar player for the Italian progressive band PFM, replacing former member Franco Mussida. Also in 2015 he announced a new band in the making with other members such as Virgil Donati on drums, Alex Argento on keyboards, and Andrea Casali on bass and vocals. The band name is Icefish, and they have released their debut album “Human Hardware” in 2017.