Meet Francesca @jj_editor_francesca. For those of you that don’t know her, she’s one of our third generation editors, and I’m especially excited about this interview, since I’ve followed Francesca’s editing work for a long time on several hubs apart from @joshjohnson. So, when I noticed she was applying I couldn’t be more happy. We now have her special sensibility with us and that’s something to be grateful for. We have tons of things in common. We actually both make a living as lawyers.
Francesca says that JJ has given her the chance to explore her spirit for new things. Seeing pictures from all angles and perspectives and learning from everyone. I love that hungry spirit! She says she has discovered details in life that passed unnoticed in the past. In her own words, IG and JJ have opened her the doors to a world where she can express herself in a creative brand new way.
Now, some facts about her. She Italian right? Guess the name of her two kids. Yes… Not Mark or William. Leonardo and Lorenzo (like Da Vinci and Médici: the most versatile Artist of all time and the famous patron of arts). No jokes about Teenage Mutant Turtles, please. :-) Seriously, two great names that say a lot about her passion and love for art.
Francesca describes herself as a ham-handed person since she can’t play any sports that require physical coordination. Welcome to the clumsy club, Francesca! ;-) However, this girl is so passionate for motorsports. Cars, karting. She has even invited me for a ride on her scooter through the streets of Milan during rush hour!
“Allegra” and strong. That’s how her older son describes her. Happy and strong. Couldn’t agree more with that description. Francesca is so lively and active. She has a deep sense of beauty. She told me she has serious problems with her alarm clock. She is constantly waking up late and that keeps her running behind all day. That sounds familiar to me…
So that’s Francesca, the girl who woke up late but ran all day in the pursue of beauty. We are so proud of you and really impressed by your editing skills.
Be sure to drop by her personal account @francescaterzoni and say hello! Maybe you’re still on time for a ride on her scooter! Like in “Roman holiday”! Or Milanese… :-)