Everything I do reflects my curiosity in the artistic process: design provides me a way to express my creativity. I have a background in Industrial Design with a BA degree obtained at ISIA Roma Design. I have improved my knowledge, skills and English with a 3D Product Design Erasmus Year at Plymouth University in 2013/14. Finally I decided to refine my qualifications with a MA in Interior Design at the University of Brighton obtained in July 2017. This MA opened my eyes to a new adventure: the Retail and Space Plan World. My university career taught me how to work in team, but above all taught me how to understand and explain thoughts. Is not that easy to communicate ideas about a project, so being sensitive with colleagues is essential. I discovered a new role of objectiveness and constructive criticism that have revealed as fundamental elements of my professional growth. My work experience as a Retail Designer has been a rewarding extension of my creative skills in support of my studies and has demonstrated my ability to work in a highly organised and professional way. I have to continuously face with deadlines, so I learned how to individuate priorities and proceed step by step. My efficiency is now the reason why I don't need specific supervision. Throughout my experience I have continued to strengthen my skills in design development. I love Graphic Design and I am a pro level in the use of Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop. Presentations are definitely my favourite way to communicate ideas. I think that the finishing is as much important as the content, and this is why I reserve special time to the layout design. Details make the difference and should be visualized correctly. In terms of 3D modelling the software I am proficient with are Rhinoceros, Solid works, Cinema 4D and Sketch Up, and also VRay and Keyshot for 3D Rendering. For technical drawings I gained 5 years experience with Autocad and Vectorworks.