By conducting my own creative work I learned a path, by preparing myself spontaneously to guide other people's creative works.
During my academic life I experienced a series of practical exercises originating from the Bauhaus pedagogical methodology, strongly qualified by the analytical skills of those who guided it, which allowed me to access intimate and deep portions of my own subjectivity (of my being as an artist).
During my experiences as a teacher in different fields, I put this experience in a partial and eventual way.
As time went by, I realized its effectiveness as much as I observed and recognized in myself a certain way of looking in depth to do the other's, recognizing and establishing links with their biographies.
At one point, I organized small groups whose intention was to work on their own individualities.
More recently, similar processes have become possible individually and online, which has allowed me to guide processes of people who are physically far from me, several of whom I have never even met, but with whom I have developed great closeness.
I have also guided and organized several times creative processes of groups that are in charge of creative tasks of great proportions, especially for the textile industry.