Graduated cum laude in Architecture in 2006 at the University of Naples Federico II, where in 2007 she gets the qualifying examination to the free profession. In 2011 she gets the PhD in History of architecture and the city, with the doctoral thesis L’idea di paesaggio nell’interpretazione storiografica del XX secolo in Italia. In 2020 she gained a master's degree in Theories and methods of art history..
Since 2012 she has been collaborating with the University of Trento, carrying out research assignments, teaching support and seminars on the history of ancient and modern architecture. She participated in specialization courses, workshops, and international conferences on landscape and cultural heritage with contributions relating to the history and aesthetics of landscape. Her research interests concern landscape historiography, structuralism applied to historical research, art history, aesthetics and theoretical and applicative aspects of graphic design.