I am an artist and a scholar, and my research involves interdisciplinary approaches to studio art, ecology and gender studies. I pursued my interdisciplinary and international education in Italy, United Kingdom, and United States. I possess Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Philosophy pursued at La Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). In 2012, I moved to Scotland where I obtained a Certificate of Higher Education in Art and Design at the Edinburgh College of Art and I earned a second Master’s in Communication Design at the Glasgow School of Art. Before moving to Scotland, I obtained a Certificate in Graphic Design at the Romeur Academy in Rome. After pursuing my second Master’s in Scotland, I moved to United States where in Spring 2021 I obtained a PhD in Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Texas at Dallas. While I was a PhD student I was awarded a Research Fellowship at The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History at UTDallas.

I taught in American and European universities, presented my research in different conferences, published articles about my work and exhibited my art in several exhibitions in United States, Europe and Japan.