I love playing with atmospheres, emotional spaces, changes of view and perspective, intense lights. I like to think about my sets as playgrounds for artists and their  feelings.
Graduated at Brera fine art academy in Milan in set and costume design she moved to London where begun a collaboration with emerging English and Danish directors  for prose and opera productions, as set and costume designer working for Tower Theatre Company, Bernard Shaw National Trust, East End Film Festival,  Avangarde Copenaghen Fesival, Elsinor, As.Li.Co, etc.
In 2016 she returned to Milan as set and costume assistant to Steffen Aarfing  for “The turn of the screw”, directed by Kaspar Holten at Teatro alla Scala .
During the following years, she has been collaborating for set and costume  working with directors such as Robert Carsen, David McVicar, Stephen Medcalf, Frederich Wake Walker, Tobias Hartmann, working at
Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Teatro Regio in Turin and National Center for Performing Arts in Beijing.

In 2018 she has been started to collaborate to Opera Young Project for Donizetti Festival at Teatro Sociale in Bergamo, as part of a team, for educational projects, adapting and re-writing Donizetti’s Operas and as costume designer for  ” Enrico ( di Borgogna) Young”.

In 2020, when theatres were closed, she continued her engagement in educational projects as illustrator for CulturaUNAM, that combines, in videoanimations for kids, short stories on suites of great composers writing and directed by Juliana Vanscoit and fabiano Pietrasanti and Ana Bujak, produced by the University of Mexico City.

From 2020 she collaborates, as set and costume designer, with the director Fabiano Pietrasanti, and the Mare Nostrum Ensemble, conducted by Andrea De Carlo for Stradella Opera Festival.