While at Federico II, Luca focused on linguistics, literature, sociolinguistics, didactics of modern languages, and philology. He also took part in several European projects about ecology, active citizenship, and interculturalism, which gave him the opportunity to spend time in Poland, the UK, and Spain. He spent almost two years in the United States working as a Cultural Representative, while also learning about good Italian wine, skydiving, and discovering his love for teaching Italian to foreigners. While working on his final dissertation on the Didactics of modern languages, he set out on the Camino de Santiago and then left for Strasbourg where he spent a few months working on his final thesis. Luca recently finished an internship where he taught Italian at a prison, helping a class of inmates obtain the B1 level of Italian. He now studies Didactics of Italian to Foreigners at the University for Foreigners of Siena and works as an ESL tutor. Luca is fluent in French and Spanish and proficient in English and, he would say, Neapolitan.