Creative entrepreneur, trainer, graphic designer, and visual artist, Eleonora is a multitalented professional with an eclectic experience in a broad range of interests, with one thing in common: finding her personal voice, learning how to express it and teaching others how to do the same.

She firmly believes that everyone has an unique energy that needs to be translated into action, shared with others, and put at use in the professional and personal life: With this in mind, she founded The Creativity Project, an ongoing research and training platform that has its roots in the latest findings in psychology, philosophy, art and neuroscience. The Creativity Project organizes trainings, workshops, activities, and lectures to nurture free expression, personal development, team building, creative thinking.

With her solid academic background and diverse professional skills, Eleonora facilitates the process of building a bridge between the creative and rational space. This ability makes her a sought after teacher since she helps individuals to express their talents and teams to thrive together.

Eleonora has been working as a graphic designer and illustrator for the last 15 years, in both large and small agencies. Also as a freelance creative entrepreneur she learned how to be creative and innovative on demand as well as how to guide others in doing so.

Eleonora has a Master of Arts Degree in Philosophy of Language, and a Bachelor of Art Degree in Graphic Design. She taught Graphic Design and Art Direction at the European Institute of Design in Rome for 6 years.

Next to that she studied acting and worked as an Assistant Acting Teacher. She challenged herself to write two novels for young adults in one month time each. She has also followed drawing and painting courses at the Slade School of Fine Arts in London. Her intuitive painting workshops help individuals learn how to paint expressively.

Last but not least, she is a visual artist. Her research is focused on nurturing her real voice, accepting the uncertainty of the process, and letting go of expectations. Her favorite mediums are acrylics and collage.