From the time I picked up my first crayon, I desired to be an artist. I spent my childhood dancing, drawing, designing holiday items, greeting cards for family members, and creating collages using fashion, travel, and lifestyle magazines. Surrounded by my Sicilian family during Thanksgiving, my Aunt Yolanda asks me what I want for Christmas. My response as a two-year-old was “a thing of paint and a nice doll.” Many years later, frequently reminded by the memory - thanks to my cousins, my response would linger into my career and spark a wild interest in all things related to the Arts.
After graduating from Mount Ida College in 2007 with a Graphic Design degree, I started my career in publishing(my goal industry) alongside working on freelance projects designing logos and website concepts​​​​​​​ for small businesses and non-profit organizations. While working with some of the best publishing companies, a recession was growing larger. The impact embraced me into an unknown career path full of unexpected industries plus a journey of new skills and opportunities while working with a diverse group of teams and management. Over time, and continuously working on, I creatively reconstructed my career and connected the dots. 
Interest in photography increased while creating print and web projects and editing photographs for clients and small businesses. Fast forward to today, I have a collection of locations including Ischia, Boston, New York City, and the Caribbean. In the Spring of 2019, I had the opportunity to photograph two book signing events during the 6th Annual Boston Design Week 2019.
For more than twelve years, I utilized my skills for a variety of industries:  Travel Marketing Non-Profit Real Estate Law  Fashion  Entertainment. I have had advertisements published in Boston Magazine, Improper Bostonian, The New York Times, Boston Homes, The Boston Herald, The Boston Globe, Boston Fashion Week website, and  
2020 + BEYOND
Rediscovery of creativity during the quarantine months remains to produce new designs, painting collection(s), and writing on top topics to share on a blog. Stay tuned - it's all in the works.
College Projects
"Rolling up your sleeves is the only sure-fire way to become more creative. Like Picasso, always try new things and work within fresh fields." Lesson by Pablo Picasso
         Work Projects
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