Born in March 1996 in Milan, I graduated from Politecnico di Milano and I took a career as a visual communication designer and illustrator, constantly improving my illustration skills. 

I master different traditional techniques such as watercolor and graphite thanks to the teachings of Marina Marcolin, Marco Mazzoni, Joanna Concejo, Simone Rea, Carll Cneut, Thomas Cian and Entry Level picture book course by Ars In Fabula. I’m officially a freelancer right now. 

You can find me sipping a cup of filtered coffee and going around the city with sketchbooks, pocket watercolors and a cloud of curly hair that never stay in place. 


2023- "Popoli e Relazioni" for DeAgostini editore

2022- personal project about Genie la folle by Inès Cagnati

2021 - Progetto Incipit per CARTARESISTENTE

2021 - HoopDriver, Pierdomenico Baccalario, Mondadori editore

2019 - Elle Magazine n.48, #ragazzeelettriche column.


2017- 2018 - 77 Magazine

2015 - Stairs exhibition at Fabbrica del Vapore 

work experience

2021 - present - freelance illustrator
2021 - Art Director, CABINAA
2018-2019 - Art Director Social, Havas Milan 2017 - present - illustrator, TUTTX COLLECTIVE 2017 - 2019 - illustrator for 77 Magazine

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Traditional techniques, mostly thanks to graphite and a simple eraser, allow me to evoke an emotional landscape as a point of departure and arrival within a story. I found in figurative and non-fiction illustration my personal visual language, inspired both by the world of street photography and by great masters of Italian and international illustration. I conceive myself more as an artisan who puts her personal interpretation at the stories’ service.

what I do

  • customized portraits
  • book proposals
  • illustrated books for both children and YA
  • editorial illustration for magazines

01 - starting

make up your mind for me

Submit your idea via email or call. If you need help clearing your head, here are some questions to ask yourself before submitting your request:

  • What is it, and what is it for? (is it a portrait, an editorial illustration for your magazine, a book proposal...?)
  • How big is it (A4, 10x14cm...) and how manythey will be? (if it’s more than one illustration,how many units will they be?)
  • When is the deadline? (tomorrow? two weeks? in a month?) 

02 - let's work together

PDF presentation and work setup, rework and drafts

some of the things we will define together:

  • internal timing and deadlines
  • numbers of rework
  • technical questions and issues for what you need 
  • contract and copyright stuff

I will rely on this information and other material to draw up a customized quote for you!  

following the timing that we have agreed, my first task will be to present a pdf with one or more proposals about your request.

Then I’ll start working on the final delivery.

03 - final delivery

you will receive a JPG and a PNG, in addition to the original processed (if agreed). 

→ please note

  • reworks will not be infinite; making more adjustments than what we established at the beginning is going to have an additional charge 
  • When the project is over I will deliver a nice illustration in PSD format or high quality JPG. I will not deliver the originals or layered PSD files.
  • I do my best to always deliver on time. I expect the same from my customers.

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