In my assemblage art compositions I incorporate an iconography of myths and elements of classical history, illustrations of species, nature, flowers and plants, design and decorative objects, inspired from different art movements and design styles spanning over the centuries, transcending the viewer to surreal environments of fantastical imagery, evoking a sense of intrigue, romance and beauty.
I have always had an interest in everything that was related to decoration and the aesthetics of space. I have studied Fashion Image & Styling at the Marangoni Institute before moving to the UK to study Visual Arts, focusing on Art History and studio practice in disciplines including assemblage art and conceptual design.
My desire to enhance the ambiance and aesthetics of interior spaces led me to further studying Special Events Planning and Interior Design. I consider lighting design to be an art expression and I am fascinated by the contrast of light and shadows. Through my conceptual lighting collections I have a desire to evoke feelings in the viewing eye, creating pieces with a presence characterised by classical details and elegance of a bygone era, capturing the night effects of manmade light.
I have a broad range of influences that I draw inspiration from. The history of design styles, the fine arts, decoration and architecture, as well as my interest for the decorative arts, have all inspired me to specialise in conceptual art & lighting design creating Beyond Light. Merging imaginative design concepts, technical design and timeless aesthetics are qualities I am constantly striving for in my work.