A brilliant professional, all-round creative, he has managed in just a few years, despite his young age, to differentiate himself and stand out in a field that is prohibitive for many. Authoritative collaborations in the design of models, prototypes and concepts for shop windows have enabled him to work at the highest level for companies that are internationally recognised as market leaders. At the threshold of twenty years of entrepreneurial activity, he can boast among his clients, names of the calibre of Giorgio Armani, Bikkembergs, Just Cavalli, Les Copains, Page 2 of 4 Fay, Ferrero, Alberta Ferretti, Ralph Lauren, Lg Electronics, Missoni, Nike, Marc Jacobs, Juventus Store, Piaggio, Pinko, Pomellato, Ricoh, Sony Europe, Swatch Group, Tod's Hogan, Ermenegildo Zegna and many others. The creative expression that characterises the scenographer's professionalism belongs to a sincere passion for his work, a seriousness and stubbornness that allows him to experiment and investigate areas that have been widely explored and tested. The application of constant rigorous research on materials and the almost maniacal attention to every detail make each project an authentic creative masterpiece, through which every idea can become reality. In his rich professional career, particular mention should be made of the authoritative awards received in 2010 and 2011 when he was selected as one of the best 100 companies in Monza and Brianza and awarded the Best to Brianza trophy in the 'Best to the next generation' category, an award assigned for the creation of the famous Evangelario, created for the beatification of Pope John II, which took place on 1 May 2011 in a world-wide event. In the same year, Max Falsetta Spina, by virtue of an unstoppable crescendo of winning entrepreneurial impulses, received the important honour of Cavalierato del Lavoro under 40.