Salvatore Griffini was born in 1991 in Campobasso.
After completing his first degree secondary studies, he enrolled at the Professional Goldsmith Art Institute, obtaining a diploma as a Goldsmith Industry Technician.
He then attended a "Jewelery Design" course at the "Metallo Nobile" school in Florence, acquiring and maturing laboratory experience in Arezzo.
Always attracted to photography, he attended the "ILAS" visual communication institute in Naples.
In 2014 he participated in the BENE INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF ART project in Benevento. In the same year he exhibited some of his works at the Mediterranean Theater in Naples, as part of the cultural activities related to the annual Mostra d 'Oltremare, in the charming Fuorigrotta district.
Together with others, he is the author of works published in support of the historical art essay "The Gardens of Art between charm and reality, from Arshile Gorky to today".
In 2017 he exhibited the “Embrioni” project at the MUEFartgallery in Rome.
In 2018 he is present, with the poem "Punti d'indecenza", in the anthological volume "CET Scuola Autori di Mogol"
There are also numerous works on Vogue's photographic platform: photovogue.
He publishes, in 2020, his first book of experimental poetry "KRISTIANI - Miele è mancati" published by Campanotto Editore.