After graduating from High School in Rome (Liceo classico Torquato Tasso), I was interested in both culture and law, so I studied two subjects at the same time: drama and law.
I studied acting in Rome and in Paris and I graduated in Law with the highest score (110/110 cum laude) from the University La Sapienza of Rome. My final thesis was about Italy's special autonomous museums, established by the Francheschini reform.
After graduating, I started an internship at the Central Bank of Italy, at the Technical Secretariat of the Financial Arbitrator.
Right now, I am a PhD student in "Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage", at the IMT. My research project is about public law of cinema and audiovisual and is entitled "Promoting cinema in Italy and in France"