Francesco Putorti enrolled at Abbey Road Institute London having completed a Masters in Sound Engineering in his home country of Italy. Straight after his graduation he started working as an intern at Forum Music Village, a studio in Rome which was founded by Ennio Morricone. Having worked as a Chinese translator prior to studying audio engineering he was invited to go on tour with an orchestra across many cities in China during this period.
Today he works at Forward Studios, where his role involves engineering for both established and upcoming artists. He works on a Neve 88R on a day to day basis, managing and ensuring the smooth running of the sessions in the studio. As part of his work at the Forward he is also developing a recording format called Band and Breakfast which aims to provide an immersive music experience.