After the initial high school academic studies characterized by a deep curiosity for science, art, and philosophy, and accompanied by the study of classical dance and piano, I devoted myself with great passion to the university studies of Architecture at the IUAV University of Venice, thus having the opportunity to live in an island-museum. My long course of studies was always influenced by my vocations, always leading me to choose the courses most similar to me such as environmental geology, digital design, archeology, art history, and mining georesources. With deep interest I participated in the VIII International Seminar of Museography of Villa Adriana, finally obtaining the title of winner of the Piranesi Prix de Rome, or the "Giambattista Piranesi" International Architecture and Archeology Award organized by the Adrianean Academy of Architecture and Archeology. After obtaining the Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Sciences, I continued the master's degree course in Architecture for Conservation with great enthusiasm. During these two years of specialization I had the opportunity to deepen my studies on issues dear to me such as museography, applied geology and petrography, and I participated in the creation of the material which was then included in the publication promoted by Professor Renato Rizzi 'L'Aquila. S(c)isma dell'Immagine. Bagno Grande'. With great joy I had the opportunity to conduct my final internship for the development of the Master's Degree Thesis in Architecture for Conservation at the LAMA Ancient Materials Analysis Laboratory, under the guidance of Professor Lorenzo Lazzarini.
Simultaneously with the realization of my thesis I participated in the Itinerant Master in Museography, Architecture and Archeology, and thus undertook many study trips to the most beautiful archaeological areas of all time such as Rome, Tivoli, Athens, Capri, Mozia and Segesta.
After obtaining the Certificate of Qualification to practice as an Architect, Australia was the destination of my next long journey. The hot and dry air of this red continent invigorated me, the infinite horizon relaxed me and the wild nature completely conquered me, leaving an indelible memory in my mind. The Australian period was for me the first testing ground to strengthen my language and teaching skills as I held the role of Assistant of Italian Language at Willetton Senior High School in Perth (Western Australia). As Italian Native Speaker I had the opportunity to help students in the study of pronunciation, grammar, and syntax of the Italian language.
Returning from this wonderful experience, I dedicated myself to the graphic coordination and design of the installations of the Biennale Internazionale di Antiquariato di Roma, and of the Bucolica il Vivere Country, both important national and international events.
I currently work in architecture and graphic design, creating architectural projects and illustrations.
I also create accessories and handmade items, cultivating my creativity.
Every project I make is interpreted by me as a real vital organism. The holistic approach, as a key to achieving balance, has naturally become an integral part of my daily life and therefore inseparable from my profession. I passionately study the ancient philosophies that can foster the inner process of energy awareness, and I always get in touch with the nature that surrounds me, studying it, preserving it and enjoying the infinite and powerful positive and inspiring energy it releases. I am following with commitment the second year of the Italian Wicca Academy organized by the ITALUS Wicca Cultural Association.
Over the years, following the didactic experience acquired, I have developed the will to share my knowledge in an increasingly effective, complete and updated way, thus finding myself immersed in the study of cultural anthropology, teaching methodologies and technologies, general and social pedagogy, and educational psychology, by taking the related university exams.
My great love for music and dance have never been overshadowed in fact I am following the violin course at the Venetian Philharmonic Academy, the irish fiddle course at the Online Academy of Irish Music, and the Sean-nós Dance course (old style irish stepdance) of the Irish dancer and teacher Edwina Guckian.
Korea have always fascinated me and with great passion I am an enthusiastic student of the Korean Language & Culture, and on my website you can find all the material that I have used and created for studying all about topic. I will shortly enroll in the Bachelor's Degree Course in Languages, Cultures and Societies of Asia and Mediterranean Africa, choosing the Study Plan of Korea, at the Cà Foscari University of Venice. Furthermore, through this portal, we will embark on a fantastic journey to discover Ireland. We will discover why this beautiful land is so extraordinary by studying its language, history, archeology, geography and culture, and we will understand why this fascinating country has preserved its essence more than others.
Paquita (called Paky) is my Official Assistant. With her perfect biological clock she won the title of Chihuahua Guardian of Time. Every day he warns me indicating precisely which activity must be carried out at a certain time of the day. Loyal life partner, she follows me in my long days of work, study and leisure.
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