The question I get asked most often is why I moved to Italy from my home town, London.
Firstly, because my mother was born here, but also because I believe that the biggest thing wrong with our work is the boundaries we place on personal, professional, and creative growth.
I like to explore, learn, and ask questions. I enjoy working closely with my creative colleagues: everyone has something unique to offer. I have been married for three years to a real Milanese man.
I love spending holidays in the mountains (even in the summer) because I'm not a sea-lover, although I definitely agree with the Salento people, especially my boss (yep)!