1988 – Degree in Modern History, summa cum laude, at the Università degli Studi in Venice.
From 1990 to 1995 I contributed to the Educational Projects of the Musei Civici Veneziani.
In the same years I worked for the Soprintendenza ai Beni Storico-artistici di Venezia, for the General Catalogue of works of art in the Venetian churches.
I contributed in writing texts for some Guides of Venice, such as “Le Chiese di Venezia”, Electa 1993, and “Venezia, Guide per Viaggiare”, Touring Club.
I translated into Italian the book by Richard Goldthwaite, “Wealth and the Demand for Art in Italy, 1300-1600”, Johns Hopkins University Press 1993 (Ricchezza e domanda nel mercato dell’arte in Italia dal Trecento al Seicento, Ed. Unicopli 1996.
In 1994 I began to contribute to the educational activities of some Cultural Associations in Veneto, with lectures about History and History of Art and guided tours in Venice and in all the important temporary exhibitions in the Venetian Museums.
In 2007 I translated into Italian the book by R. W. Scribner, ‘For the sake of simple folk. Popular propaganda for the German Reformation’, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
Since 2000 I am a licensed guide in Venice, in English, German and French
I have been working as a guide in all the art exhibitions in Venice since 1990, including modern and contemporary art exhibitions.
After the fall of the Republic: itineraries out of the beaten paths at the discovery of the less known season in the history and architecture of Venice: the 19th and 20th century.