Your story is your superpower.
I help you use it to achieve your language and life goals.

Your story is your superpower.
I help you use it to achieve your language and life goals.

Your story is your superpower. I help you use it to achieve your language and life goals.

About

Hello! My name is Fabio. I’ve been an English teacher since 2015 and taught English in New Zealand, Ireland and at British Council Italy.

I can help you tell your own personal true stories not only to improve your English – think how much grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, writing and speaking practice you can do by telling one of your true stories! – but also to connect, inspire, persuade, motivate, think, learn, remember, reflect, engage, entertain, flirt, encourage, heal, preserve and educate.

I believe your stories are much more interesting than any other study materials because they can make language learning much more personal, creative, interesting and memorable.

A lot of people think they don’t have interesting stories to tell because they have an ordinary life. They think that a story has to be extraordinary in order to be interesting. I disagree. The most interesting stories are: Simple, True, Ordinary, Relatable and Yours. Your life is full of these and your own photos are the visual representation of life stories that are waiting to be told.

Check my programs and see how I can help you.

"Interesting, fun and engaging."

Fabio made me feel comfortable and he's able to value and encourage me. He was able to make me passionate about English.
Attilio from Italy

"It's a very good way to study."

Fabio's feedback made me realise my unconscious mistakes and I also realised the importance of continuing to use English.
Yumiko from Japan

"I love his spirit and attitude."

I'm really grateful for Fabio's time and efforts. His feedback is always professional and tactful at the same time. Using photos is a very creative idea too.
Eugene from Ukraine

"Interesting, fun and engaging."

Fabio made me feel comfortable and he's able to value and encourage me. He was able to make me passionate about English.
Attilio from Italy

"It's a very good way to study."

Fabio's feedback made me realise my unconscious mistakes and I also realised the importance of continuing to use English.
Yumiko from Japan

"I love his spirit and attitude."

I'm really grateful for Fabio's time and efforts. His feedback is always professional and tactful at the same time. Using photos is a very creative idea too.
Eugene from Ukraine

About

Hello! My name is Fabio. I’ve been an English teacher since 2015 and taught English in New Zealand, Ireland and at British Council Italy.

I can help you tell your own personal true stories not only to improve your English – think how much grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, writing and speaking practice you can do by telling one of your true stories! – but also to connect, inspire, persuade, motivate, think, learn, remember, reflect, engage, entertain, flirt, encourage, heal, preserve and educate.

I believe your stories are much more interesting than any other study materials because they can make language learning much more personal, creative, interesting and memorable.

A lot of people think they don’t have interesting stories to tell because they have an ordinary life. They think that a story has to be extraordinary in order to be interesting. I disagree. The most interesting stories are: Simple, True, Ordinary, Relatable and Yours. Your life is full of these and your own photos are the visual representation of life stories that are waiting to be told.

Check my programs and see how I can help you.

"Interesting, fun and engaging."

Fabio made me feel comfortable and he's able to value and encourage me. He was able to make me passionate about English.
Attilio from Italy

"It's a very good way to study."

Fabio's feedback made me realise my unconscious mistakes and I also realised the importance of continuing to use English.
Yumiko from Japan

"I love his spirit and attitude."

I'm really grateful for Fabio's time and efforts. His feedback is always professional and tactful at the same time. Using photos is a very creative idea too.
Eugene from Ukraine

Why photos to practice English?

 

“Words and images are inseparable. We read or hear words and think of images. We see images and think of words.” (Jamie Keddie)

Photography is a language that uses no words or sounds to communicate. A universal language we can all understand because we’re humans with feelings and emotions.

Photos can evoke memories. They can make us laugh, cry, think, remember, talk, reflect, dream, discover, travel, fantasize.

A single picture can remind us of who we were and who we’ve become. It has the power to capture a moment that might otherwise be lost forever.

Photos tell stories about our lives and the world. They connect people. Each one of us has stories to tell and these can be told, written, read and listened to in English.

"It's easier to express myself by using my pictures."

Fabio helped me to be more fluent and brave. His teaching is very useful and he's an excellent teacher because his teaching style gave me the best results.
Maurizio from Italy

"Photos bring back memories and sensations."

The questions Fabio asks help to build a story about the photo. I don't know how he managed to give me such detailed feedback. Really useful!
Silvia from Argentina

The power of personal storytelling

Our entire lives are made up of stories and I believe that sharing them is the most authentic and genuine way to connect with ourselves and others.  

The world becomes more connected when we share our stories. It truly becomes a better place simply because a disconnected world is definitely not a nice place to be.

Telling your own true story is also a meaningful, personal and memorable way to practice and improve your English.

“Everything is held together with stories. That is all that is holding us together, stories and compassion.” (Barry Lopez) 

Some Facts About Me

Me teaching in New Zealand, 2016
  • Nationality: Italian
  • Job: English teacher and freelance writer
  • Teaching experience: I’ve been teaching English since 2015
  • Qualifications: CELTA, Delta, Master’s degree in English Language Teaching (still studying for this)
  • Best quality (according to my students): I’m very patient
  • Worst quality (according to my girlfriend): I’m too impatient
  • Biggest success in life: becoming an English teacher
  • Biggest failure in life: learning how to surf
  • 3 things I love: backpacking, documentaries, reading non-fiction books
  • 3 things I hate: going shopping, doing the washing up, going to funerals (and weddings)
  • Photos taken: I have nearly 200 GB of photos on my laptop
  • Places I’ve lived in: England, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Italy

Why photos to practice English?

 

“Words and images are inseparable. We read or hear words and think of images. We see images and think of words.” (Jamie Keddie)

Photography is a language that uses no words or sounds to communicate. A universal language we can all understand because we’re humans with feelings and emotions.

Photos can evoke memories. They can make us laugh, cry, think, remember, talk, reflect, dream, discover, travel, fantasize.

A single picture can remind us of who we were and who we’ve become. It has the power to capture a moment that might otherwise be lost forever.

Photos tell stories about our lives and the world. They connect people. Each one of us has stories to tell and these can be told, written, read and listened to in English.

Why photos to practice English?

 

“Words and images are inseparable. We read or hear words and think of images. We see images and think of words.” (Jamie Keddie)

Photography is a language that uses no words or sounds to communicate. A universal language we can all understand because we’re humans with feelings and emotions.

Photos can evoke memories. They can make us laugh, cry, think, remember, talk, reflect, dream, discover, travel, fantasize. A single picture can remind us of who we were and who we’ve become. It has the power to capture a moment that might otherwise be lost forever.

Photos tell stories about our lives and the world. They connect people. Each one of us has stories to tell and these can be told, written, read and listened to in English.

"It's easier to express myself by using my pictures."

Fabio helped me to be more fluent and brave. His teaching is very useful and he's an excellent teacher because his teaching style gave me the best results.
Maurizio from Italy

"Photos bring back memories and sensations."

The questions Fabio asks help to build a story about the photo. I don't know how he managed to give me such detailed feedback. Really useful!
Silvia from Argentina

The power of personal storytelling

Our entire lives are made up of stories and I believe that sharing them is the most authentic and genuine way to connect with ourselves and others.  

The world becomes more connected when we share our stories. It becomes a better place simply because a disconnected world is definitely not a nice place to be.

Telling your own true story is also a meaningful, personal and memorable way to practice and improve your English 

“Everything is held together with stories. That is all that is holding us together, stories and compassion.” (Barry Lopez) 

Some facts about me

  • Nationality: Italian
  • Job: English teacher and freelance writer
  • Teaching experience: I’ve been teaching English since 2015
  • Qualifications: CELTA, Delta, Master’s degree in English Language Teaching (still studying for this)
  • Best quality (according to my students): I’m very patient
  • Worst quality (according to my girlfriend): I’m too impatient
  • Biggest success in life: becoming an English teacher
  • Biggest failure in life: learning how to surf
  • 3 things I love: backpacking, documentaries, reading non-fiction books
  • 3 things I hate: going shopping, doing the washing up, going to funerals (and weddings)
  • Photos taken: I have nearly 200 GB of photos on my laptop
  • Places I’ve lived in: England, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Italy
Me teaching in New Zealand, 2016
Me teaching in New Zealand, 2016
  • Nationality: Italian
  • Job: English teacher and freelance writer
  • Teaching experience: I’ve been teaching English since 2015
  • Qualifications: CELTA, Delta, Master’s degree in English Language Teaching (still studying for this)
  • Best quality (according to my students): I’m very patient
  • Worst quality (according to my girlfriend): I’m too impatient
  • Biggest success in life: becoming an English teacher
  • Biggest failure in life: learning how to surf
  • 3 things I love: backpacking, documentaries, reading non-fiction books
  • 3 things I hate: going shopping, doing the washing up, going to funerals (and weddings)
  • Photos taken: I have nearly 200 GB of photos on my laptop
  • Places I’ve lived in: England, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Italy