The nature of my personal path of research is interdisciplinary; albeit with roots clinging to the context of graphic design, my interests have expanded during the course of study and experiential, veering in the direction of the visual arts.


In particular, I developed an interest in performative and visual field [real time visual performing, vjing, light design, stage mapping, projection mapping, interactive installation, artificial intelligence], through the use of software that allow you to create interaction between sound, movement, light, images and so on.


From here, encouraged to discover and experience how certain software make possible to translate ideas into form, concepts and projects, I’m shifting the focus to the “code”, especially emphasizing the close relationship between graphic design and the design of a work of visual or light design, with generative, interactive and performative characteristics.