Eclectic and creative, Andrea comes from commercial and technical studies to land on the complex world of web content in the late nineties, treating the preparation of content for various institutional and academic web portals (for example, the Web Portal of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Modern Cultures of the University of Rome, La Sapienza).
Andrea is a workaholic; 24 hours doesn’t seem to be enough for him: He is a smooth bartender, a plodding Property Manager, well-rounded writer of poetry, fiction and essays.
He is fond of literature, theater and cinema, he studied film screenwriting producing several plots for short films and movies. For passion he commits to music, which is very skilled at (it's his the appendix on "hate music" in a geopolitical essay dedicated to racism and extremism on the Internet), also singing in a band, inspired by the Brechtian verfremdung.
Curious, creative, always being in a tizzy to bring new projects to fruition, he stands as an eternal seeker, commiting himself to the various studies that involves him currently: information technology, languages, Eastern philosophies and cultures, environmentally friendly economies, communications and marketing.
For all these interests and skills, Andrea is the right one to organize the whole spectrum of the editorial work concerning Guglielmo Marconi’s brilliant intuitions.
- A. Renzi, "On Hate Rhythm – Music and Violence”; in A.Rossi, M. Innamorati, The Web of Hatred. Strategic, Semiotic and Psychological Analysis of Integralism, Fundamentalism and Racism on the Internet, Rome, Ed. Valter Casini, 2005