I am an experienced Motion Graphic Designer, with TV and digital video experience, currently working at Sky News.
I previously worked at fintech company TrueLayer designing and animating product videos, digital video series, and developing the motion language of the company.
I was previously at ITV making graphics and animations for the ITV daytime TV shows (Good Morning Britain, This Morning, Lorraine and Loose Women). Here, I worked closely with TV directors, journalists, producers and art directors, and designed and animated stings, daily graphics to explain the news, branded special programmes, and responded to graphic requests during the live shows.
Before that, I worked within the digital video team at CNBC, where, in collaboration with an international team of multimedia journalists, I designed and animated around 80 Youtube video explainers, and hundreds of info-graphics to explain and visualise a variety of topics, from technology, economics, business, finance, fintech and more. I branded 5 digital video series, including CNBC Explains and CNBC Reports.
Previously, I worked at a design studio in Cambridge, across both print and digital design, designing a high volume of printed marketing materials for big healthcare organisations, but also designing, prototyping and coding websites.
I also freelanced for a film production company designing pitch documents and presentations and worked for a printing company.
Besides design, I also enjoy making and editing videos.
I graduated in Italy from the University of Bologna with a Master's degree in Film, Television and Multimedia Production.
I live in London and enjoy long walks in the city to discover places where I hadn't been before.

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