Fiorella holds a degree in modern languages and is a specialist in art history and Neapolitan culture and art. She works with the main museums of Naples as a member of the educational section. She also works closely with Friends of Museums from abroad. Fiorella is the president of the cultural association "Fine Arts", which organizes private viewings and themed routes in Naples and Campania, cocktails and visits to stately homes and private collections. She writes about Naples and Campania for a popular guide book and is the author of a guide to Neapolitan art and architecture called "Naples in 3 days".
Riccardo holds a Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Naples Federico II and a degree in Art History from the University Suor Orsola Benincasa. He is a native of Naples and also a classically trained musician, with a degree in classical guitar from the Conservatoire of Naples San Pietro a Majella. Besides his work as a licensed tour guide of all the archaeological sites (Pompei, Herculaneum, Oplontis, the Phlegrean Fields), churches, and museums of the Campania Region, he has held many conferences about medieval illuminations, and about relations between visual arts and music in Roman Antiquity and the Middle Ages. From 2006 to 2009 he worked as assistant professor at the "Suor Orsola Benincasa" University, in Naples. Riccardo also teaches art history at a secondary school.
Fabrizio holds a Research Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Architectural Design Theory with a dissertation on Louis I. Kahn’s teaching activity at Yale and at Penn. He graduated in Architecture with an Urban Design project focusing on the relationship between Archaeology & Architecture in the Phlegraean Fields, a large volcanic area situated to the west of Naples. Between 1999-2005 he taught as Visiting Professor of Building Types in the studio of Design of Building Systems of the Bari Polythecnic. For the last eighteen years Fabrizio has been working on a Free Lance basis as Exhibition Coordinator and Designer, Art Producer and, on occasions, as Curator for contemporary art. In this capacity, he has collaborated with galleries and various private and public cultural institutions (Hangar Bicocca in Milano, Madre and Capodimonte Museums in Naples, Metropolitana di Napoli, CAC Malaga and Lia Rumma Gallery in Naples and Milan) and, currently, with the Studio Trisorio in Naples. Fabrizio has worked in close collaboration with more than 30 artists of different generations and countries. In this role, he has carried out all kinds of research activities, designed displays and the layout of shows, coordinated the production of artworks and the mounting of exhibitions and public art installations and providing welcoming and on site assistance for these artists while they were working in Naples, Milan, Venice and Rome.