Welcome to my website. This is where I store my past works and where I keep track of my life as learner and communicator.
You’ll find my posts, articles and reportages about travel journalism, multimedia publishing, digital storytelling and audience engagement applied to culture, books and art.
I’m a journalist, communicator and lifelong learner based in Florence and always on the move.
My specialties are talking quickly and daydreaming. I speak French, I should refresh my German and I continue to posticipate the day when I will start studying Spanish. But I’ll do it.
I think smiling makes life easier and enthusiasm makes everything taste better. I’m waiting for teleportation to be invented, and in the meanwhile I’m pretty pleased with my bike.
I love direct people, gelato, snow, August tan, green tea and running. But more than anything else, I like books and the feeling of connection that you find when you’re reading. What I would keep from my hometown are my favorite beach, the weather and my grandma’s apple pie.
I don’t like easy things, asking for help, people who talk too close to your face, cold feets, long nails and mayo.
Creative and motivated Communications Specialist with powerful storytelling and writing skills. Combining strong background in journalism and knowledge of new media technologies, I’m able to develop effective marcom and audience engagement projects. Organizational and interpersonal competences matured in the participation to high-profile projects in the digital valorization of cultural heritage.
I’m looking for new opportunities, focusing on other communication projects involving #digital #culturalheritage #museweb and #musesocial. Follow me on Linkedin and my Twitter, stay tuned.
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In the next sections you’ll find some of the articles I’ve written in the past few years.
In section Latitudeslife, you’ll find the reportages, travel insights, tips and travel news about various parts of the world. Everything is written in Italian, sorry.
In section London School of Journalism I published some examples of the works I’ve written during my course at LSJ. There are features, news and reviews about places based in London.
The section is dedicated to studentsofar, a blog thought for young people living abroad for their studies that was the origin of this website and my first approach to web writing. There are posts, some recipes (remember the feature called “cooking tips for dummies”) and funny pictures, just to make you smile.
Finally, the section websites is about some websites that I’ve created for fun, for friends and family, and to practice new skills. They are not fantastic websites, of course I’m not a web designer, but they work, and I’ll improve, promised.
And finally, the section with my cultural projects: my digital exhibition and my publication MoltiMedia.