Born in Pisa, at 5 she began dance classes and then studied with Ioana Butnariu, Bryan Poer and Oleg Sokolov.
She later perfected her studies with Marina van Hoecke, and went on to become her assistant.
In 1991 she won the international competition “Giovani Talenti-Young Talents”.
In 1994 she received her diploma as Attore Scenico at the end of a course directed by Micha van Hoecke.
She graduated in classical literature from Pisa University with top grades and a special mention.
From 1991 to 1994 she danced with the company Effetto Parallelo, featuring in all their productions.
She has collaborated for many years as dancer and choreographer with the Teatro Verdi in Pisa.
She has also performed as guest soloist in Galas in numerous Italian theatres and in opera productions including La Traviata, Orpheus and Eurydice, Un Ballo in Maschera and The Merry Widow.
From 1995 to 1999, with L’Ensemble of Micha van Hoecke, she danced in Carmina Burana, with Luciana Savignano, La Derniére Danse? and Orpheus and Eurydice.
Next, she joined the Sizicondi Loble company directed by the Belgian choreographer Serge van de Velde, performing as a soloist in all his creations: Chants élidés, Comptoir des peines, Bagatelles, Sacre du Printemps, Inferno Bianco.
In 2006 she was offered an internship to follow the work of Pina Bausch’s Wuppertal Tanztheater.
She assisted Micha van Hoecke in the creation of Pathos, the tragedy of the Trojan Women, for the Ravenna Festival, and danced in the production.
In January 2009 she met Lindsay Kemp and thus began a major long-term collaboration. Ever since, she has worked with him as a performer, choreographer and assistant in all his productions… Cinderella, Sospiri di Balera and I Sing Ammore for the Teatro Goldoni in Livorno, The Illusionist for Rome’s Teatro dell’Opera and the Romeo & Juliet Project, in Verona.
Then, in Kemp’s production of “The Soldier’s Tale” she danced the role of the Princess, after which she choreographed and was prima ballerina in his production of La Traviata and choreographed and was his assistant in the staging of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. In Kemp’s current production “Kemp Dances”, she is the protagonist in dances created for her by Kemp and by Luc Bouy and Marco Berriel, winning admiration alongside Kemp both in Italy and Spain… for example in Rome, Trieste, Parma, Genoa, Varese, Sassari, Santander, Bilbao, Vitoria, Seville, Malaga, Cordoba, Pamplona and Valladolid.