She degreed at the Opificio delle Pietre Dure of Florence where she studied for her thesis in Madaba (Jordan) and for the specialization in Panaji, Goa(India).
She spent a couple of years at the J. Paul Getty Conservation Institute (Field Project) as Graduate Intern where she was involved in many field campaigns in Roman archaeological sites in Israel (Caesarea - “Mosaic Comparative Exposure Test”) and Tunisia (Utique - “Training of Mosaic Conservation Technicians”) and in the Honduran Maya site of Copan (“Condition Survey of the Hieroglyphic Stairway”) besides doing research on conservation of archaeological site, particularly on mosaics.
She is a freelancer/an independent researcher and she focused her work in archaeological sites and artefacts (ceramic, glass, metal, mosaics and stones, plaster) conservation; since January 2011 she is Consulting Director for Icor Dorica S.r.l., a private firm of Marche Region operating principally in architecture heritage conservation.
Currently, her activity is mainly concentrated in Tuscany (Florence, Roselle, Vetulonia, Sovana, Isola di Giannutri, Isola del Giglio,….) as worksite director, conservator and consultant for the Archaeology Superintendency of Tuscany Region and several private firms.
She held didactic course on conservation issues of archaeological materials for the Opificio delle Pietre Dure of Florence students, and on mosaic techniques for 1st year students of the School of Mosaic in Ravenna. Moreover, she was a workshop instructor on a didactic course for secondary schools students concerning the archaeological artefacts conservation from the (simulated) excavation to presentation.