I set my foot on this world on September 8th, 1984. Only child, I spent my whole life on the banks of Po river, precisely in a city called Cremona, in the north of Italy.
Despite a high-school diploma earned in a Scientific Lyceum, the fascination for liberal-arts drove me to study Written and Hypertextual Communication at the university where I graduated with a thesis about J.R.R Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings.
Meanwhile I undertook a 2-month internship in a press agency, where I contributed to the different tasks of this job (press releases, articles, newsletters, reviews, proofreading etc...) and published my first article.
In 2006 I started writing for the website Nippon Project, a non-profit-seeking association with the intention to promote the Japanese music.
Life led me to work, happily, for a year in the Human Resources at the Municipality of Cremona, learning about the management of employees and of all their needs. I was also involved in the project "Family Audit", promoted by the Autonomous Province of Trento.
At the end of 2012 I became involved in the translation of the app Wunderlist, developed by 6Wunderkinder.
In 2013 I joined the team of Access The Animus, a website providing in-depth articles, analyses and news about the Assassin's Creed universe, as translator and Twitter account co-admin.
I also manage different blogs and communities. You can find a comprehensive list at the following address: http://lostavenuecafe.wordpress.com