About me

I am an artist, art is my vocation. The feeling of having to do something is strong and I express myself through the creation of sculptures, paintings, and installations.

“A human being is part of a whole, called by us the ‘Universe’— a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and feelings, as something separated from the rest — a kind of optical illusion of his consciousness.”
Albert Einstein

My works are inspired by the natural elements that transform themselves becoming an integral part of my creations.

Each object has an intrinsic spirit that I see beyond matter, they are projections of myself to move memories and emotions from the depths of the heart.

Art is a means, it serves to remove the glasses from my conscience and to make me see things for what they really are, it is a mirror of my existence.

Since 2019 I’ve been working as an independent artist creating sculptures, installations, paintings, and design objects.

I enjoy giving a new life to old objects and materials, I like to assembly different pieces from found objects using the combination of materials such as raw wood, fabrics, and glass.

I live and work in Treviso.

I am also a multidisciplinary designer, thanks to a solid business background, I have worked in different sectors – furniture, glass, metal, technology, art, events – creativity is the link that unites them all.

I worked as a designer for over 15 years, at one of the largest companies operating in the Murano artistic glass sector with the creation of many best-selling objects.

I design collections of objects and lighting for companies and brands.

I project furniture and furnishing accessories in wood, metal, and glass.

I create visual communication aimed at expressing the creative force of a brand through the creation of corporate presentations.

On my site I share digital content consisting of images and videos of the work performed.


In March 2020 during the lockdown because of coronavirus, I published on Amazon a fairy tale “Tippi the little mushroom” that I illustrated and translated into 5 languages.

It was something I had in mind for some time, the story was invented by my husband for our daughter when she was little.

He had exhausted all the fairy tales of goodnight and he had started to weave a plot. She liked it so much that she wanted to hear it every night before bed.

The drawings of the characters made by my at the time 5-year-old daughter inspired me the realization the project and so the idea began to materialize during the lockdown.

For the settings I used landscapes made in watercolor, while I created the characters with graphics programs.

It was a very rewarding experience because helping children in need is my priority, for this reason, I am donating part of the proceeds to Save the Children, but that’s a whole other story.