After the Degree in Humanities, History of Art, at the University of Rome La Sapienza, she earned at the same university the Postgraduate Diploma in History of Medieval and Modern Art and in 2011 the PhD in "Strumenti e metodi per la storia dell’arte" with a thesis entitled “Le committenze e il collezionismo di Filippo II Colonna”.
She has also earned a Diploma in Library Science at the School of Library Science of the Vatican Library and a Diploma in Archival Science at the School of Palaeography, Diplomatics and Archives, Vatican Secret Archives.
Since 2008 she has been working for the Territorial Abbey of Subiaco and other ecclesiastical institutions on supporting and supervising the cataloguing of the historical and artistic heritage and the inventory of the historical archives.
Since 2012 she is the director of Ufficio beni culturali ecclesiastici at the Territorial Abbey of Subiaco and member of the Consulta regionale dei beni culturali ecclesiastici e dell’edilizia di culto della Conferenza Episcopale del Lazio.
Over the years she has collaborated with the chairs of History of Modern Art and Landscape Architecture of the University of Rome La Sapienza, with the Vatican Museums, the Polo museale del Lazio, the University of Southampton, the Academy of Architecture University of Italian Switzerland (USI) and the Galleria Colonna in Rome. During her studies she mainly has been dealing with reconstructing the commissions of Colonna family, the art of gardens, the figurative mannerist and baroque art and finally with the architectural and decorative vicissitudes of the Benedictine monasteries of Subiaco.
She has published several papers and she is now writing a book on commissions and collecting of Colonna family between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This work represents the result of a collaboration within the FIRB project The Orsini and Savelli in Papal Rome. Patronage and Arts of Ancient Families from Feudalism to the European Baroque Courts, II research unit, University of Salerno, DISPAC. Also in progress are a book dedicated to the figures of the Contestabile Filippo II (1663-1714) and cardinal Carlo Colonna (1665-1739), some contributions on the gallery, the Cardinal's apartment and Column Palace gardens to Ss. Apostoli as well as an essay on the refectory of the Sacro Speco of Subiaco.