Artuner — Gallery Assistant (Full-Time)
August 2021 - Present
Reporting to the Director and the Founder of the Gallery.
Art writing and publishing: This aspect of my role saw me curating artworks’ catalogue entries and descriptions, exhibition copy, PR material, and social media copy. I worked closely with Pia Krajewski and NERO to design and produce “The Tactile Eye”, monograph published in August 2022.
Exhibitions: My responsibilities in this role have included but were not limited to small- and large-scale international transports, admin and customs, art handlers coordination, and exhibition set up. The Artuner team being the founder, the director, and myself meant that I worked closely with them across all work.
Sales: I have been designing and coordinating portfolios and catalogues for the director, also liaising with clients for enquiries and shipment arrangements.
Artuner — Writer and Editor (Full-Time)
March 2020 - August 2021
Management of the Artuner website, social media writing and content strategy, interviews with the artists and art world professionals.
Farfetch — Copywriter (Part-Time)
January 2019 - July 2019
I wrote luxury clothing and accessories descriptions via CMS. The role prioritised a quick pace and entailed the completion of 100 to 120 items a day.
Royal College of Art, London — MA Writing
September 2018 - May 2020
The course aimed to explore different writing structures under the optic of art. For my thesis, I presented a collection of essays about the feminist undertones in embroidery for the Wedding Trousseau in Southern Italy during the 1900s. Title: “As far as her eyes are good”.
I was part of the editing and distribution teams of “NOIT - 5: bodies as in buildings” journal and publication by the Royal College of Art and Flat Time House
University of Westminster, London — BA Photographic Arts (First Class Honours)
September 2014 - July 2017
The course observed the creative a practice-based and critical understanding of photography. I wrote a dissertation under David Campany's supervision, which addressed two the photobooks produced after the explosion in the aftermath of the Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima: "Chizu: The Map" by Kikuji Kawada, and "Hiroshima" by Hiromi Tsuchida. I travelled to Japan to understand the cultural and artistic impact of the artists, and talked with Kikuji Kawada himself. For my Final Major Project, I produced a photobook titled “The Interstellar Neighborhood”.
- OSX and Windows proficiency
- Adobe Creative Cloud proficiency with expertise in Adobe Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, Premiere Pro CC, and InDesign CC
- Google Workspace, Microsoft Office 365 proficiency
- Knowledge of Artlogic, WordPress, and Content Management System based interfaces.
- Extensive use of Meta business suite, WeChat backend, advertisement through social media
- Respectful of tight deadlines
- Adaptable and willing to take on different projects simultaneously
- Proactive and skilled at self and team management
- Positive attitude and conscious of others’ potential
- Highly organised and detail-oriented
- Italian: Native
- English: Fluent
- Somerset House, Info Desk and Invigilating (Casual hours, since February 2018)
Exhibited work: As far as her Eyes are Good
RCA 2020, online only. Click to see my portfolio in the degree show online.
16-31st of July 2020
Attention - book launch event.
Morocco Bound, Morocco Street, London. 14 January 2020
Exhibited work: Linen-Made – 1
Time Capsule - Royal College of Art
Kensington Campus, Courtyard Gallery 1, 08 November 2019
Screwed - Royal College of Art
Battersea Campus, London, 27 March 2019
Exhibited work: The Interstellar Neighbourhood
FREE RANGE - The Old Truman Brewery
Shoreditch, London - University of Westminster Degree Show, June 2017