Alessandra Bilotta was born in Rome in 1986. She graduated from the Giorgio de Chirico Arts High School in painting and decoration in 2005. She continued her artistic studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, completing her four-year course in Decoration in 2010. During 2011 and 2012, she remained involved with the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome as a laboratory assistant for the serigraphy course, specializing in the Graphic Arts section, and lecturing on the Art Publishing course. Currently, she remains involved at the Academy as a lecturer, assistant and laboratory technician for the Graphic Arts/Engraving Techniques course. In 2017, she took part in the ARTLAB-Languages of Graphic Art project in collaboration with the University of Tor Vergata to highlight the various facets of graphics. She currently holds graphic arts workshops for adults and children on topics including suminagashi (paper marbling), binding, chalcographic techniques, and 'green' engraving, which uses less toxic and recycled materials such as tetrapak. She has taken part in numerous personal and collective exhibitions and won the XVI International Art-Massenzio award in 2012.