I was born on a February morning, the sun in Pisces and the moon in Scorpio.
As a child I wanted to be an archaeologist and I became passionate about the ancient cultures of the East, collecting scientific names and dreams of distant places.
I grew up surrounded by female painters and poetesses who taught me to grasp the beauty that surrounds me and the art of small things.
Then I met dance again shortly after high school, and we fell in love right away.
I have dedicated my life to studying the disciplines of yoga, Indian and Middle Eastern dance, in search of a way that could connect me to ancient roots of which I felt a deep nostalgia: those roots that are wings and that live in a calm heart, open to the world.
Thanks to dance I have traveled to many countries around the world, I have shared my studies and met many wonderful people, visited unforgettable places, danced and taught on large and small stages, sometimes gorgeous, sometimes just sketched on the bare earth.
That ancient nostalgia still accompanies me, like a silent call, an invitation to remember my true nature again and again, sailing the waves of life with earth-stained hands and the gaze that is beyond and is within.
My grandmother had a small terrace full of plants, she sang to them and caressed them tenderly, and I loved those songs and those caresses.
So too, I take care of my green garden, and I deeply love the Mother, of whom I am humble servant, now and always.