Hi, I'm Jacopo.

I'm years old. I write, words and code. I made the hex clock and at least one other cool thing.

I worked for Saatchi & Saatchi,
(feb 2008 - aug 2008)
I won Socially Correct, an advertising contest held by Saatchi & Saatchi and the italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities. The prize was a 6 months internship at the advertising agency where I worked on advertisings for Procter & Gamble's oral care products.
Pc Magazine,
(jan 2010 - nov 2010)
I wrote about technology, social networks and blogs for the italian edition of Pc Magazine. My best work there was a cover story about RepRap, the self replicating 3D printer project founded by Adrian Bowyer.
Macchianera,
(may 2010 - dec 2010)
I worked as community manager for Avoicomunicare, a social and environmental themed blog supported by Telecom Italia.
Radionation,
(jan 2009 - now)
I’m the host and the author of two radio shows for the webradio Radionation. For four years, in example, I hosted Feeder: a weekly radio show about food that went on air from my home kitchen while I was cooking dinner.
Personal Report,
(jun 2010 - jan 2013)
I wrote about design and weird stuff for Personal Report, beloved (and now defunct) italian design blog. I also managed collaborators and wrote a weekly column about data visualization and infographics.
Annamaria Testa,
(jan 2011 - jan 2012)
I was a copywriter for the advertising agency of Annamaria Testa, major italian copywriter. I also wrote a lot for Nuovo e Utile (New and Useful), a website about creativity theories and techniques.
Ogilvy
(feb 2012 - jul 2013)
I was a copywriter for the advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather. I worked on several projects and with several clients but my main focus was the major telecommunication company Wind. For a while, I was in charge of whole digital advertising for the client, from banners to DEMs, to posts on social networks.
and Linkiesta.
(sept 2013 - now)
I write about culture and entertainment, edit articles and manage collaborators for one of the major italian online newspaper: Linkiesta. I joined the editorial staff with a team that relaunched the culture section, now one of the main traffic sources for the newspaper.

I'm looking for a job. Do you want to work with me? Write me. I'm also on Twitter and LinkedIn. And here you can find my resume.