Francesco is inspired by natural environments and history, especially cinema history, to create educational multi-media story projects accessible to all.
Having worked in creative youth workshops with some of London's top Museums, and in a specialised school for Children with Autism, he enjoys creating environments where even special learning needs will thrive.
Francesco is a versatile storyteller; he dedicated over 15 years to the crafts of filmmaking/video art as his primary creative mediums. Now he also focuses on story writing, painting/illustration and photography.
Overall his projects transcend languages, cultures & abilities, to entertain, engage and educate a broad audience.
He strives creatively thanks to a modest dose of autism; which enables him unique levels of undivided focus at work, and a profound sense of social awareness. (Learn more about Aspergers)
Francesco is a versatile communicator: He is welcoming, supportive & confident - an encouraging speaker, experienced constructive critic and a proud host.
He is trained to support SEND (special education needs & disability) youth, running immersive creative communication programs for groups and 1:1 in museums and schools.
He is also the founder of a film festival that promotes youth-voices and a range of social awareness topics.