What I Do

As a television journalist, I met people with unsettling stories, I dealt with many topics of national interest and I had the opportunity to relate events under the breaking news.

In dozens of reports, I investigated the fate of the Romanian heritage, from the stories of people who were significant for the Romanian culture to the fate of the houses which have become historic monuments. I followed up and presented the events linked to the Royal House of Romania and to the members of the Royal Family and I interviewed personalities from the cultural and artistic world (Neagu Djuvara, Jean Delumeau, Norman Manea, Pascal Bruckner, Maxim Vengerov, Vadim Repin, Care Santos etc.)

I have initiated and coordinated two campaigns at Digi24:
People and houses (2012) – a series of reports about the stories of the houses that belonged to boyar families and survived the communist terror, and which today have recovered their features and atmosphere of the past;
The beatification of Monsignor Vladimir Ghika (2013) – a series of reports, interviews and testimonies about the Romanian prince who became a martyr in the name of faith.

As a linguist, I have always had the joy of in-depth study and the pleasure to plainly convey information about Romanian language often considered too complicated outside the academic circle. I have always been fascinated by the words, their form and origin, the way they combine and influence reality.

I wrote a doctoral thesis on the Romanian Dative case, an exciting case with a variety of values in the Romanian language.

Between 2009-2012, I worked for monitoring projects of the main radio and television Romanian stations, organized by the National Audiovisual Council. I analyzed the quality of both spoken and written Romanian language and the monitoring results were periodically presented in press conferences which can be found on the website of the National Audiovisual Council of Romania.

More on these topics on my blog.