Nina is a blogger and journalist who was born in Florence, Italy and grew up in NYC.
She has written about Indian films, cinema from MENA and world culture for a number of publications, including Empire Arabia, Chic Today, elan, EGO, Tehelka, Shawati' Abu Dhabi, The Arab Review, Tatler Homes Singapore and AVS TV, where she was also an on-air reporter. During her years there, she covered film festivals, NY Fashion Week and interviewed Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities. For Beirut-based luxury magazine Bespoke, Nina has written articles on such diverse subjects as Christian Louboutin, Arab arts in the US, Miral's writer Rula Jebreal and the Tata buyout of Jaguar Land Rover. For the last seven years she blogged regularly about film, fashion and food on the Huffington Post USA and occasionally on l'Huffington Post Italia.
Nina's piece on Wes Anderson's latest film 'Isle of Dogs' was published in the April 2018 issue of Vogue Italia. And her interview with filmmaker Nadine Labaki about her Palme d'Or contender 'Capharnaüm' has kicked off The National's coverage of this year's Festival de Cannes. She also wrote about Nandita Das' 'Manto' in Un Certain Regard for FirstPost.
Of course, Nina also writes in and speaks fluent Italian. She loves cinema with a conscience and easy to wear fashions because they possess the ability to change the world.