Is a scenographer, muralist, illustrator and cartoonist of alternative comic books. She studied set design for theatre in Bologna, Italy, and stop-motion animation at the Wimbledon School of Art in London. In 2003 she began working with public art. For this purpose she moved to France where she made her first installation for the european project artist in context organized by Pèpiniéres Européennes pour Jeunes Artistes. Following this experience she began travelling and making wall paintings in Italy and Europe. She also began publishing illustrations and comics for several magazine and editors in Italy, Canada, Sweden, France and Portugal, including: Blue, Il Male, Animals, Il Mucchio, Galago, Mamma, Le Dernier Cri, X comics, Liberazione, Schizzo, Chili com Carne, Lamette, Spaghetti, Blog & Nuvole, Dtm, Meridiano Zero, Nda press, Tufo press, La Boute à Bulles, Collane di ruggine, Laterza. In 2004 she made her first shot ‘Alice’, a 2 minute and half stop motion film. The film was shown at the Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and Mediterranean 05, it played over several days in one Bologna cinema (Lumiere) and won the Iceberg-biennal prize of young artists in Bologna. In the same year she was called to create the set design for the teatre piece ‘Psicosi 4.48’, written by Sarah Kane and directed by Davide Iodice. There she created a performance drawing with a light box and an empty white scene. The piece played in several theatres throughout Italy over 2 years. She then moved to her current base in Rome. Here she took part in the International comic art festival “Crack” and where she made illustrations for several magazines, rock concerts, t-shirt labels and theatre posters. Her artworks were exposed in several public and private galleries and festivals in Italy and Europe such as Patricia Armocida (Milan), Bedeteca de Lisboa (Lisbon), Napoli Comicon (Naples), Rdce Zore (Lubiana), Vox Feminae (Croazia), Crack festival (Rome), Neon Gallery (Bologna), Lumen festival (Salerno), Arte fiera off (Bologna). She won several prizes, such as the Andrea Pazienza prize for illustration (01), the Bilbolbul prize (02), the Iceberg prize (03), and the Lucca comics prize (09) for comics, the Artists in Context prize (03) for Art and the Iceberg prize (05) for animation. In 2011 she won the Micheluzzi prize at Napoli Comicon as the best drawer for the graphic novel “Acqua Storta” (Meridiano zero editions). Her latest book is “Palindromi” (Grrrzetic editions). She currently lives and works in Rome making illustrations, wall painting and comics.