I dirtied, created, destroyed and rebuilt, burned, torn, sewed, colored, drawn, until I entered the art school at 13. From then on my studies have followed the footprints of art, after graduating from high school I studied three years of Photography at the European Institute of Design. In addition to not being specifically included in common patterns, I did not even fit into the artistic work fields that I had when I finished the beachelor, so given my passion for surfing and adventures I moved away and went to live in Australia when I was 23 years old. I started working with horses because I had always compete in show jumping on horseback since I was 9 years old, I started working in the kitchen later, and discovering it outside the boundaries. I wrote a book that tells of everything I experienced two years in Australia between surfing, work out my new life that was anything but easy. I thought I was going to live there forever, but then I moved to Spain to work as a cook for a surf camp in Cantabria. Returning to Europe and starting to work in extremely youthful contexts opened me mental doors and possibilities, ways of living that I did not know. I returned to Italy for a few months and left to live in Portugal for a new surf camp that was opening. After my experience I went there to discover Gran Canria and I started writing my second book while i was still on my ‘day job’. Well belive it or not the Covid pandemic gived me the right pause (although not always pleasant) to focus more on my Art Projects and create a living out of it. Who could imagine that i could end up living in the Nordic countries?