I am a PhD researcher in AI and Music at Queen Mary University of London. I’m also a composer, orchestrator, sound designer and arranger.
My journey with music started with piano, Electone and music theory lessons at CDMI Music School when I was only four years old. In 2010 I started attending lessons at the conservatoire G. P. da Palestrina (Italy) where I studied harmony, composition, performance (piano and voice), music theory and conducting. Since I moved to the U.K. in 2015, I gained experience as a film and game music composer and worked for renowned companies such as game company Legendary Games. In 2019, I started to work with dance companies scoring the music for their performances.
During my undergraduate degree in Creative Music Technology, I started exploring and experimenting with algorithmic composition and human computer co-creativity, especially using Artificial Intelligence and Markov Models. This eventually led me to pursue a PhD in AI & Music at Queen Mary University of London. You can learn more about my research here.