Born in 1988, she earned her degree in modern philology at Rome’s La Sapienza university after spending one year as a researcher at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. Since 2014 she is registered as a Professional Free-lance Journalist. In 2015 she moved to Berlin where she began collaborating with local news outlets, often in charge of the culture and arts sections. In 2016 she was admitted to Berlin’s advertising school which unexpectedly launched her onto a new and inspiring path, that of creative writing. After working in London, she earned her copywriter diploma in New York. In 2017 one of the world’s largest advertising companies, J. Walter Thompson, today Wunderman, awarded her a prestigious scholarship listing her as one of the young female creatives to watch out for. In 2018 she was hired by the BBC as a freelance creative. Just under a year ago she moved to Milan where she works as a copywriter while continuing to explore and chronicle what goes on outside her comfort zone.