Born in Cagliari in 1987, she began to show interest for art and drawing since her early days, practicing and testing her skills throughout her youth totally self-taught.
2008. She starts her professional career as comic book authoress in France, working for Soleil Editions within the "Blackberry Collection" direcyed by the editor/authoress Audrey Alwett. 2010-2013. She realizes LADY DOLL, a mini-serie of two volumes co-signed with the scriptwriter Daniele Vessalla, published by Soleil Editions. The project is greatly influenced by the universe of Tim Burton, with gothic and grotesque atmospheres. Lady Doll is surely to be considered an early, still immature work. Immediately after having completed it, Beatrice began to develop a more adult trait and a much more personal style. 2015. She starts the serie of JAPPELOUP, an adaptation for children of the late 80's equestrian showjumping legend, published by Jungle Editions and written by Maxe L'Hermenier and Pierre Durand.
LADY DOLL vol.1 "La Poupée Intime", BD, Soleil Editions, France 2010 - drawings and colors
Issue of THE BRASS TEAPOT, comic anthology, USA 2010 - drawings and colors
KNIFE Magazine #3, Black Press Editions, Italy 2011 - cover
UNA FACCIA UNA RAZZA, novel, Miele Editions, Italy 2011 - cover
LES FILLES DU SOLEIL, anthology, Soleil Editions, France 2013 - illustration
LADY DOLL vol.2 "Maison de Poupée", BD, Soleil Editions, France 2013 - drawings and colors
LANFEUST Magazine, "Le Chasseur d'Anachronismes", short story, Soleil Editions, France 2014 - illustrations
LANFEUST Magazine, "Taule Story", short story, Soleil Editions, France 2015 - Illustrations
JAPPELOUP vol.1, BD, JUMGLE Editions, France 2015 - drawings