Ferrari was sent to the Nevada State Children"s Home at age 15 and joined the United States Army at age 18 serving in the Vietnam War. Ferrari"s first song of note, "Dustoff" was penned while serving in the Vietnam War and is a favorite among Veterans with songs "Let"s Run Away to Alaska," "Run," and "When Love Said Good-bye" following, which he performs regularly at charity events and causes, including those hosted by International Myeloma Foundation, The Thalians and City of Hope. As photographer and director of photography, Ferrari works with top models and up-and-coming filmmakers.
His credits include the "Minor Matters" Civil Defense for the musical group "Peoples Republic" and movie posters for "Redemption" by Agenda Pictures.
As a director, his credits include the film "Hercules in Hollywood," the television pilot "The Road Studio," and television episodes for the West Network in Canada. Ferrari is the author of Acting with your Eyes.