Born in 1983 in Malta. From 2001 to 2005 I read for a Bachelor of Education Degree in Art & History at the University of Malta. During these years I studied painting and drawing under Anton Grech at the School of Art in Valletta. From then onwards I started a self-taught journey in graphic design. Besides teaching Art & History at the Gozo College Girls Secondary School, I am also a multi-media artist and a freelance creative director.
I organized one solo exhibition in 2006 entitled “Intuition for Integration”. In 2010 I was the winner of the logo competition organized by the Maltese Curia for the coming of Pope Benedict XVI in Malta. I took part in various collective exhibitions both in Malta and abroad. In 2012 I was the runner-up winner of the collective exhibition entitled “Religionis Violenta” in Notting Hill, London. I am also the author of some of the major companies’ and restaurants’ logos in Gozo and responsible for their branding material.
Between 2011 and 2013 I successfully completed a Masters in Fine Arts (MFA) Digital Arts Degree, from the University of Malta.