Born in Italy, grew up in France. Lived in UK and US and now have been calling Sydney home for the last 3.5 years.
I am a honest, pretty decent guy. I go to the gym, eat my veggies and brush my teeth.
I am a bit shy and introverted at first, but when I open up I can be quite funny (so I've been told).
I love my job and that is a very important part of my life. But I also like to go out, go to the movies, travel, trying new food, watch tv series and documentaries...the usual stuff I guess.
I am very passionate about my job.
Differentiating under the integral sign
Observing people (not in a creepy way)
Making movie and TV references
Remembering useless details
To be fair, here are also some things I am not good at:
Smiling in pictures
Waiting in line
Waiting in general
Solving non-linear differential equations
Driving (although people tell me that if you can drive in Napoli, then you can pretty much drive everywhere...)
Writing this profile page
Movies: True Romance, Pulp Fiction and Tarantino more generally; The Usual Suspects; Remember the Titans; And He Died with a Falafel in His Hand; Forrest Gump; Seven; The Consequences of Love; Silence of the Lambs; One Hundred Steps; Le Dîner de Cons; Brassed Off; This is England; Good Will Hunting; The Departed; Lucky Number Slevin; East is East; Lord of the Rings; Star Wars; When Harry met Sally; The Graduate; Sleepers; Zatoichi; and many more...
Music: Oasis; REM; U2; RHCP; Irish Folk; Radiohead; Coldplay; Alanis Morissette; Cranberries; Green Day; Dire Straits; Pink Floyd; Taryn Southern; The Lonely Island; Garfunkel and Oates; Weird Al Yankovic; Florence and The Machine; The Innocence Mission.
Books: unfortunately I have not read much lately (I do not think academic articles count; otherwise, I read 5-6 of them per day). But The Name of the Rose and Les Miserables are two timeless masterpieces. I like books about history (and history in general).
a notepad and a pencil