Silvia is an Italian freelance journalist, writer, and museum consultant based in London. She has been on a quest for meaning and truth since she found out, in kindergarten, that she wouldn't live forever (and also that her mum had lied to her when she said she didn't put eggs in omelettes). She takes pride in the ease with which she speaks about uncomfortable truths. She is also determined to convince the world that Pilates is not the umpteenth cucumber water fitness class that some people make it out to be. Her guilty pleasure: watching interviews with celebrities on YouTube.
After graduating from a Masters in Science Communications at Imperial College London, Silvia has published on several international media outlets, including Corriere della Sera and BBC. Through her work, she often tackles ethical conundrums related to the implementation of new technologies - especially issues involving privacy, equality, and prejudice. Silvia also works for KCA London, a museum consultancy creating content for science and technology museums as well as heritage and cultural destinations around the world. She is the author of the upcoming book "Patterns in Art", published in the US by Abbeville Press.