I am an offline Avid, Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro film and assistant editor based in the UK.


I was born in Italy and moved to England in September 2013 to purchase the editing career, starting with a MA Degree in Post-Production Editing at Bournemouth University. 

This obviously makes me fluent in both English and Italian.


Despite having a completely different background including a BA in Political Sciences in Italy, I have always been fascinated by the theatre and film industry. 


I have studied performing arts at a local school in my home country for three years, until I became aware I enjoyed more staying behind the camera rather than in front of it.




My work includes a wide range of different genres. From drama to comedy, to commercials, promos, trailers and corporate videos.


After getting my Masters Degree in Editing with Distinction, I've worked with The Collective Group in Bournemouth for a solid year, mostly on corporate and commercials, before moving to London to start my editing career, beginning from the Assistant Editor positions.


My main works include the feature film "A Reason to Leave" directed by Norman Gregory, winner of the Best Drama category at National Film Awards 2016 and for which I received a Best Editing nomination at the Milan International Filmmaker Festival 2016; "Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?", written and directed by BAFTA nominated Tim Clague and officially selected at BFI London Film Festival 2015.