I began my career in photography studying at Scuola Romana Di Fotografia in Rome. My attention to detail and passion for chronicling street life led me to produce a range of documentary photography projects which have been exhibited in Italy, England and France. In 2011, I filmed a documentary capturing street life during the Egyptian revolution. This documentary was entered into the final of an emerging journalist competition "Generazione Reporter" created by an Italian political TV programme Servizio Pubblico.
Seeking new ways to express my creativity, I began to explore graphic design. After graduating with a BA Hons in Graphic Arts, I continue to evolve as a graphic designer with increasing technical skills and understanding of a contemporary design industry. I am particularly interested in typography, the use of white space and combining photography within my minimalistic designs. During my studies I have been involved in professional workshops, attending a two day Magnum Photos Masterclass at the University of Brighton, hosting an iPhoneography workshop at Winchester School of Art, as well as being invited to take part in the project TRANSlocations, a collaboration with ELISAVA School of Design and Engineering in Barcelona. During the summer of 2015, I worked as an intern for If You Leave, a photography magazine based in London. 2018 saw the launch of Minimalist Works an independent editorial design and publishing service.