When I was a kid I used to play in my grandfather’s carpentry workshop, where I built my own toys: guns – because my cousins only wanted to play that game, birdhouses and a reporter camera.
A few years later, in my dad’s workshop, I drew on pieces of wood and sometimes painted his violins.
Today I like to sew my clothes, fix broken things and draw while listening to movies.

It is with this experience behind me that I approached the study of design: first architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, then graphics at CFP Bauer, along with various courses concerning different manual arts. Over the years I have learned that when I think and design I can’t help but use paper, hands and brushes. Then I often need a scanner.

The encounter between the manual and the digital has increasingly become my signature.
I find myself living in a time when my work can only be digital and I’m excited by that margin of uncertainty given by a handmade gesture which makes the search for the result more inspiring.

And, being left-handed, I’m able to keep the pencil in the left hand and the mouse in the right one.


Editorial Illustration Master

Mimaster Illustrazione / Milano / Italy

2015 - 2016
Dutch course

CVO Hitek / Kortrijk / Belgium

2014 - 2015
Web Design Course

CFP Bauer / Milano / Italy

2013 - 2014
Graphic Design Course

CFP Bauer / Milano / Italy

Editorial Illustration Workshop

Ars In Fabula / Macerata / Italy

2011 - 2012
Erasmus Programme
2009 - 2013
Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Architecture

Politecnico di -Milano / Piacenza / Italy

Work Experience

2021 - present

Milan / Italy

2016 - 2020
Graphic designer

Supra Bazar / Gullegem / Belgium

2015 - 2016

Kortrijk / Belgium

2015 - 2017
Italian teacher

Kortrijk / Belgium

2012 - 2013