I moved from Liguria to Venice in 1999 to study at the Faculty of Oriental Languages at Ca’ Foscari University. Back then I used to spend hours trying to find my way in the calli, very often ending up in front of a canal. I’ve never gotten tired of wandering around the city, and even if I do not get lost anymore, I still find things that amaze me among the familiar bridges and palazzi. My major was Japanese language and art, and my first job was as a cataloguer in the Oriental Art Museum in Venice. My interest in modern art then led me to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, where I was in charge of special events.
In 2009 I decided to deepen my knowledge of Venice, its art and its history by becoming a registered guide. Ever since, I’ve enjoyed sharing my passion for the city with people from all over the world who are eager to understand its beauty and fascinating lifestyle.