I Am a Natural Leader
Whose Passion is Creating Order Where There is Chaos

Born and raised in Italy, I moved to Peru after graduating in Theology to volunteer for an Italian NGO supporting the population of a remote village in the Peruvian Andes through education and art workshop projects.

Despite adverse conditions, I built and directed a school of arts and an Institute of restoration, offering job opportunities to locals.

The long-term project led to the successful restoration of the community XVIII-century colonial temple and the consequent start-up workshop offering professionals solutions to conserve and restore many other art relics, part of the Peruvian cultural heritage in the Andean region.

interior church before restoration
Punchao's temple before restoration

Punchao's temple after restoration
Punchao's temple after restoration

My eye for detail and problem-solving mindset allowed me to rescue an ancient painting technique on glass used in the center of Italy during the late XIX century, another achievement confirming my tendency to find out-of-the-box solutions.

Giuliano painting on glass
Painting on glass - workstation

Honest, emotional-intelligent, and mission-oriented, I thrive in collaborative work environments. I take every project at heart, aiming to bring social relevance and personal growth wherever I operate.

After 18 years, I felt my South American experience was accomplished and I moved to the U.S. in 2016, where I am now completing my formal education in Communication, Design, and Social Psychology.

watercolor farm in summer
Farm in the Fall - Watercolor

In Baltimore, I had the honor to attend watercolor lessons under the direction of Frederic Briggs at the Schuler school. My artistic journey started with fine arts and community development, has now led me to explore a new and exciting field, Design in its digital applications.