When I started attending an Active Philosophy organisation at the age of 23, which paved the way for me to get to know myself, I could not have imagined that it would mark and condition my life so much...
Thus began the desire to discover places and cities I did not know and whose ancient alleys, picture galleries and archaeological sites I loved to frequent. It was a passion that has never been quenched, so much so that even today, as soon as I enter a small town, I immediately make a point of visiting its museums, cathedrals and monuments to admire the masterpieces of the past.
Alongside my passion for art, there was also my passion for nature, nurtured by some friends I used to hang out with and with whom I would spend whole days exploring magical routes and places.
My studies, my travels, many by sailing boat shared with my best friend "Gioa" (my trusty dog), and the experiences of those formative years were driven by the desire to find balance and harmony between sensitivity and a strong sense of aesthetics, but one day, unfortunately, all this changed abruptly and I was forced to question myself and my relationship with what was around me.
It was then that art helped me, and I found myself catapulted into an adventure that was completely new to me.Emotions' were my guiding principle, the desire to share my feelings with my loved ones was born in me, the idea of quality, beauty, hospitality, art, design... I was looking for a place that encompassed all these things, a magical place.
In the search for this place I was helped by two precious allies: philosophy and art . The former led me and would lead me to 'think differently', the latter would lead me to the 'search for beauty'. a dimension that was necessary for me.
So I thought that Capri, a place loved by the Romans for its natural riches, its perfumes and its magical air could be an aesthetic experience out of the ordinary, I was enchanted by that elegant lifestyle aimed at beauty and exclusivity.