After graduating in foreign languages and literature thesis in Elizabethan Theatre and earning a Master’s in Semiotics of Theatre at the Shakespeare Centre in Stratford-upon-Avon, she immediately began her career in the international scene, organizing conferences for professionals from OIC, PRM, ENIC, MIM and YAP in London, New York, Montreal, Toronto, Frankfurt and Buenos Aires, acquiring along the way a network of top executive contacts in the culture and performance fields.
She also works as a press officer for cultural events like the Florence Biennale, where she collaborates with Vittorio Storaro, Dante Ferretti and Oliviero Toscani. For years, since 1999, she was a consultant for Italia Cinema collaborating with UK Film Council, for which she oversaw its rapports with different Italian companies, including Istituto Luce and Cinecittà Holding. In the same period, she was a consultant for various festivals, programs and exhibitions, including the Cannes Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival Venice Days and the Taormina Film Fest. These experiences solidified her collaboration with companies in the field, such as Lucky Red, Academy, BIM Distribution, Key Film, Minerva Picture and Cecchi Gori, Opera Festival.
From 2003 to 2007, she managed the public relations for the prestigious Alinari National Museum of Photography in Florence, for which she was the creator and organizer of several exhibitions, including “Cammina, cammina,” with the support of UNICEF and the President of the Italian Republic, and “Ritratti” and “Figli d’Italia,” also supported by the President of the Italian Republic. She organized the itinerary/exhibition for the Historical Archives of the European Union in Villa Salviati in Florence, which was inaugurated by the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano. From 2007 to 2013, she managed the foreign relations for many international exhibitions and events, such as “Verso Expo Milano 2015”.