I was born in 1989 in a small town near Milan, Italy. In 2012 I moved to New York, and in May 2017 I received my BFA in Fine art at Parsons, The New School, NY. At the moment I'm enrolled in the MFA and MA program of the State University of New York at Purchase. I've been included in various group exhibitions including “AMERICAN G*RL” at Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase, NY and "AMT, Parsons Festival " at Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Galley, New York, NY. I currently live, study and work New York City. I have worked for artists such as Bryan Zanisnik and Nancy Davidson and spent time volunteering and teaching art at a Sothern Indian primary school. My Italian artistic heritage, combined with my experiences of living in New York and Southern India, profoundly influenced my understanding of materials, meanings, and social engagements. From an early age, I had the privilege of living in an artistic environment and the sensibility acquired by experiencing the work of Italian Arte Povera led me to a more profound interest in the physicality of art and materials regarding sustainability and economy, as a way to impact content and, subsequently, meanings.