Fabrizio currently writes in English, Spanish and Italian and has collaborated with different LGBTQ+ magazines. For example, as editor-in-chief of Zineidest and other publications such as Togayther. In addition, he is the founder and artistic director of contemporary art gallery Artidest Ltd. He is currently collaborating as an author with production company Kama Productions to create and develop a mini-series of six episodes on opera for RAI (Radio Televisione Italiana). Despite being born and bred in Rome is unquestionably something that ignited his passion for opera and shaped his ideas on its aesthetics, narratives and consumption, it was when he moved to London at the end of 2012 and then again in 2015 that he began to be properly in contact with the opera-going world and study its components. Fabrizio is captivated by the synthesis of the arts in opera and eventually, due to his lingering passion for literature, directed all his interest towards the art of librettos-writing.
He has lived and worked in London, Beijing, Madrid, Seville and Rome where he is currently based. He has written for and collaborated with established and up-and-coming composers such as Germán Alonso, Martin Gaughan, Kieron Smith, Arham Aryadi and Marco Benetti. His writing is heavily influenced by the music of György Ligeti, Luciano Berio and Francis Poulenc as well as the work of Michel de Ghelderode, Allen Ginsberg, Arrigo Boito, W. H. Auden, Kostantinos Kavafis, Lorenzo da Ponte, Reinaldo Arenas, Eugène Ionesco, Jean Genet, W. B. Yeats, Tristan Tzara, Jean Cocteau, the Chinese Misty Poets and Federico García Lorca.