He knew he'd be a writer when he grew up from the moment he received his first A+ on an essay in elementary school. Then he got an A+ in English, too, and decided to become a translator. Luckily, he soon stopped getting such good grades.
Upon finishing high school in 2014, to combine his love for languages with his love for writing, he enrolled in the School of Linguistic Mediation at the University of Genoa, where he studied English and German.
After completing his Bachelor's and six months of study abroad in Vienna, Austria, having grown tired of the monotonous country life, he decided to move to Forlì to study Specialized Translation and finally learn to appreciate the allure of a large city. There he began to do his first professional translations and familiarize himself with the world of work.
In the summer of 2019, while wrapping up his studies, he found his way to Creative Words in the role of Project Coordinator, with an enthusiastic welcome from the entire team who immediately showed him their great skill at faking enthusiasm.