I was born and raised in Milan, Italy. After graduating from University of Milan in Human Sciences for Communication, I began working as a graphic designer. I began Pole Dancing in 2011 and fell in love with it. To improve my skills, I focused a lot on stretching, body conditioning, and studied the fundamentals of Aerial Arts and Calisthenics.
I had so much passion for Pole Dancing that in 2013 I quit my job and opened a Pole Dance & Aerial Arts school in Milan. I kept teaching until the end of 2020, when I decided to move to the U.S. and begin a new adventure. I now manage my school from a distance and teach at my new home Bittersweet Studio.
I love to experiment new disciplines and apparatus, such as rings and aerial spirals that I have practiced for a few years. I have a big passion for performing and visual arts and am also a photographer, with my favorite subjects being performers and dancers of any kind.
I love to travel and been to many places around the world. I speak 4 languages and enjoy cooking a lot (of course, I’m Italian).