My job is the outcome of a meeting among several bailiwick concerning the body and the soul including drawing, dance, costume and theater. Some experiences have been founding, the others only quick samples which, anyway, left a strong mark on my heart. Over the years, every activity linked to the others, perhaps ... by magic, certainly with no effort on my part. I met the Orient in yoga, meditation, tai-chi, aikido. In the West I practiced contact dance, contemporary dance and Indian dance. And then a lot of theater and experimentation. Finally the great love: the historical dance through the ages, from the XVth to the XIXth century and the dress design: from the historical ones to those for everyday life. I drew and sewed clothes and accessories trying to make them "special" and original, one different from the others even in their accuracy to the costume history references; clothes that would help and dance and "dance" themselves through folds, laces, seams, laces and trimmings. I projected and realized events in which the kitchen, the perfumes, the costumes, the scene fused together and became a real "Mirror of the Arts". I am constantly in love with the beauty hidden behind the most simple things attainable through precision in form and content. For this reason, in every aspect of my work, there is always a long harmonic and ontological study of the principles which inspire it.