I am an Amsterdam based artist and designer. Born and raised in Rome, Italy, I gained a BA in Graphic Design in 1998, and my MA in Philosophy in 2000. After working for many agencies in Rome, in 2009 I co-founded my first communication studio. In 2012, I moved to the Netherlands looking for fresh inspiration and new challenges. 
A restless creator and multi-passionate entrepreneur, I like to move between painting, developing my embroidery and textile skills, designing stunning books and giving shape to impactful brands. 
In more that 20 years of experience, I had the unique opportunity to test my skills in different field of design: from packaging design to digital illustration, from advertising to typography. During this journey I fell deeply in love with editorial design and started creating beautiful books, art catalogs and magazines. By helping artists in develop their own personal voice, I refined my approach to branding and now help other creatives in building a strong presence in the world.
In 2014 I founded The Creativity Project, an artistic experiment to explore how to cultivate creativity through different tools and mediums. From a studio in Amsterdam, a small collective of artists set up to create together and inspire each others. This experiment run for three intense years that reshaped my creative approach to my art and my design work.
After the conclusion of The Creativity Project, my friend Lana Jelenjev and I decided to use our experience as entrepreneurs to support other creatives in building their businesses: at the beginning of 2017 Co.LAB was born as a resource platform and community for entrepreneurs in the creative field. Our book, The 90 Day Action Planner, was fully funded on Kickstarter in November 2017 and shipped to more than 200 creatives around the world.
Alongside my role in Co.LAB and commissioned work, I continue to create art every day and I am now working on a book about my experience with depression.

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