I’m a freelance writer, reporter, and occasional photographer.
After spending a few years abroad, including in the UK (a lot), Germany, Brazil and China, I’m currently based in Milan, Italy, where I was born in a family of Southern Italian migrants.
You’ll often find me writing about the people living inside news stories in Northern Italy and around the Alps and the Mediterranean. I’m drawn to rites of passage and stories of love, loss among people who don’t often appear in the media—and these are the kinds of stories I would like to write more often.
I hold a degree in Philosophy from the University of Milan and a Master’s in Journalism from Cardiff University. I’ve studied portrait photography and have a certificate in Narrative Non Fiction from City University London.
Among others, I’ve worked with:
- The Guardian
- Atlas Obscura
- Columbia Journalism Review
- Delayed Gratification
- Wired UK
- Public Radio International
- Al Jazeera English
- Deutsche Welle
- The Independent
- Evening Standard
- Index on Censorship
- Roads and Kingdoms
- New Internationalist
- New Statesman’s CityMetric
- Press Association – Video Desk (work experience)
For anything, even just to say hi, do reach out using the form below!