It all happens fast: a left-click, a short glimpse, and a silent nod. In just a few seconds you are either convinced to move on or scroll down for a closer read. I write for these moments. I write for a public with an appetite for art and visual culture. I write with the belief that complex ideas can be conveyed clearly and engagingly to a broader audience. A seemingly simple task, yet hard to achieve: how to make readers engage and take action, to think, to comment, to share, and to subscribe? I am an art historian with over eight years of experience in writing, editing, and lecturing on art and visual culture. My strength lies in making deeper connections that pierce beneath the surface of cultural journalism. In my essays, I move from the visual to the written by transforming the colours and complexities of a work of art into the shades of meaning and the sounding pulses of the word. Through my photography, I create visual essays that capture that brief moment of reality that convey the ineffable uniqueness of each place and story.Locked Pro Plan feature
As a fellow, I researched and wrote a book manuscript on the relationship between art and violence.
I planned and delivered a set of lectures on contemporary art and theory in relation to early modern art, led seminar discussions, coordinated essays, collaborated with professionals from professors to administrative staff and students
I conducted seminars and lectures on the theory and history of art and literature, organized field trips, lead individual tutorials, marked papers and essays, and supported the academic and personal development of my students.
PhD in History of Art
MARes in Arts and Literature
BA in History and History of Art
Award offered for the ability to communicate high-quality research clearly and engagingly to a non-specialist audience.
Travel award for research excellence funding my research trip to Spain.
Fellowship offered for the best doctoral project in terms of originality of ideas and feasibility of carrying out research. (2011-2015)