Luca was born and raised in Rome, and from a young age he was fascinated by the city's layered history and intriguing stories and personalities behind its most-known monuments as well as its hidden artistic gems.
After graduating with a degree in Art History from the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" in 2013, he started working as a licensed guide in Rome's major museums and art galleries, as well as an educator for local cultural projects.
Luca has particular expertise in interpreting artistic iconographies and symbolism, and understanding the meaning of art as a tool for religious and political propaganda in Renaissance and Baroque Art. He also studied in depth the history of Rome's aristocratic families, their artistic patronage and rich collections.
He has an innate love for travel, which has taken him to all corners of the world. He enjoys getting to know new people and cultures, and sharing in their authentic passions for discovery. He finds great joy in exploring the unknown, and is always on the lookout for his next adventure.