Creative Artist

My Italian Studio

On June 25th 2000 we arrived, jet lagged and with a couple of suitcases, to start our life in Italy. Our family of four, Marius and our two boys, Julius 10 and Fabian six, were welcomed immediately. We had bought a house in the centre of Citerna, a tiny medieval village with spectacular views of the Upper Tiber Valley in the region of Umbria. The village folk embraced us, their adopted Australians.

We had just enough money from renting our house in Sydney to live economically and for the extras we needed, we were able to find freelance work. We studied

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