I started tattooing after my studies in graphic design and working as an advertising graphic designer for both small businesses and multinationals. In the world of tattooing, I immediately started looking for my personal style that best embodied my ability to develop a concept, a feeling, or an idea. I started to find my strongest influence in the trash polka style. I then began looking for my distinctive sign to differentiate myself, honor my vision and way of designing, and respect those who invented the original style.
Within my artistry, I mix parts of realism, graphics, and abstract painting. I look to achieve a perfect development of the design on the body and a balance with all the elements in order to communicate a clear, tidy, and harmonic, albeit complex, image. I love to develop clients' ideas in an almost psychological way — digging into meanings and trying to center the point of the primordial sensation or idea that the client wants to represent.
I have been using Kuro Sumi inks for about two years. I find them perfect for my work, both in the blacks that are full with a strong impact and for the finer graphics and precise lines. I also love the ink yield of Kuro Sumi ink once healed — it makes the tattoo very solid without losing its shine.
During my journey within the world of tattooing, I have had the pleasure and honor of traveling frequently, knowing and collaborating with many world-renowned artists, joining numerous sponsorship teams, and participating in conventions where I have won numerous awards — a few of which in Venice, Florence, and Turin. I’ve made many interviews for trade magazines — even making it on the cover of "Il Tatuaggio Magazine" with my partner, Carolina Chaos Avalle.