I´m a freelance conceptual illustrator living and working in Denmark.
I was born in Italy and graduated in classical piano and composition at the Music Academy of Florence.
Music was my first source in a new form of expression. Drawing has been a deeper research in order to discover the different ways a concept or an emotion can be decoded in.
Partial clients list includes: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, AdAge, The Guardian, The Economist, The Times, New Scientist, Barron´s Magazine, Mosaic Science, Bentley Magazine, Boston University, Chronicle of Higher Education, Stanford Magazine, Handelsblatt, Endpoint Elysium, Onward Magazine, Foreign Policy magazine, Mind Magazine, Tufts Dental, The National Magazine, Johns Hopkins University, Museum of Selfies, Calgary Theater of Vancouver, Bompiani Editorial, Wired, Scientific America, Entrepreneur Magazine, Desert Companion, LaVie and LeMonde, UCLA Magazine, Nexus Magazine, Zetland, Einaudi Editorial, Texas Monthly Magazine, Die Zeit, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine and more..
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