Melodies. Adventures. Stories. This is what I live for....
I started playing music at a very young age, strongly encouraged by my very supportive parents. Piano was my first instrument, when I started at the age of 5, and classical pieces were the soundtracks to my long afternoons after school growing up. As a teenager, I discovered folk and jazz music, and picked up a guitar. I started writing songs and playing small shows in my little Italian hometown. At the age of 18, my music career started and I signed to a major label. Not long after, I realized that the label and I had different goals. I wanted to make music that I deeply, deeply loved. The rawness of real instruments, the craft of hands, voice, and soul. That was what I was drawn to. So I became an independent artist, and I still am to this day.
I moved to London, and realized that the world is a lot bigger than I expected. I had some learning to do. I met so many talented musicians and heard so many amazing ideas. In the end, it just reinforced my passion to express melodies and stories. For years afterwards, I toured all over Europe and the US, writing songs, writing songs, and writing songs all over again! Collaborating and sharing the stage with people along the way. Learning.
Then I moved to Berlin, where I met some of my long term collaborators and co-writers. The creative team of my dreams. Friends who shared the love for handmade art and wanted to carry people on this crazy musical journey. I also got the chance to experiment with acting, and had the opportunity to appear in a Netflix production. Just another way I can connect to good stories.
At the beginning of 2022, I discovered NFTs and a window to a whole new unexplored world opened up before me. I decided to jump straight in. I saw this as an opportunity to interact and really get to know the people that connect with my music. From now on, those people are going to be able to own my music. I think that's a pretty cool thing.
I’m releasing my first music NFT on Feb. 1st, and it will just be the beginning. The journey continues, and I can’t wait.