As an Art History major and Venetian native, I organized cultural seminars for many European universities (Lubiana, Passau, Utrecht, and Federico in Naples).
I also taught Italian Art History at Turku University, Finland. My passion for Venice brought me back to where I started my career as a certified city Tour Guide began.
Upon completion of my degree in Art History in 2002, I have worked on the educational projects of some major museums in Venice.
I’ve been a professional Tour Guide in Venice since 2009.
As a journalist and art critic specializing in Contemporary Art, I published reviews and small catalogues on several artists.
I graduated with a degree in Japanese Culture and Literature at Ca'Foscari University in Venice.
I have been working as a tour guide for over 15 years, and presently, I am the most licensed guide in the Veneto Region, I work in Padua, Vicenza, Verona, Treviso and Rovigo.
Throughout the years I've honed my knowledge on Veneto painting, Palladian Architecture and Gardens.
In addition I have translated local Villa guidebooks into English, such as the book about Villa Godi Malinverni by Palladio.
I am a freelance writer and editorial reportage photographer based in Venice.
I have been writing and rowing full-time here since 2004.
I’m the author of Palm-sized Italy: Instructions to Use and of a Vap Map Vaporetto guide.
I contribute to Fodor’s as both a writer and photographer.
Upon completing my diploma at the Fine Arts Academy in Venice, I worked extensively for the Venice Biennale.
From 1996 onwards I have tutored docents at the Guggenheim Collection in Venice.
For the past 12 years I have lectured and given classes on Contemporary Art at the Venice University Department of Fine Arts.
Born and raised in Venice, I graduated with a Law degree from Padua University.
I worked for EU developments projects in Brussels, and for the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh.
My knowledge of art and architecture was honed by working with Visual Arts Exhibit organization.
I’m a certified Venice Tour Guide since 2006.