Hiro Arts, aka Giulia Legora, started her career in 2009 as camera operator for short movies and Web Tvs (collaborating with LaStampa.it and MtvDays) , but soon had the chance, in the second half of 2010, to run the media office as Videographer, later Creative Media Manager, for one of the most important event organisation in Turin (IT), taking care of their media issues, in particular, for the website of the concert hall and club Hiroshima Mon Amour and becoming an active part of the free festival Traffic (in 2011 had the chance to shoot a documentary for La7D, collaborating with VanityFair.it for their catwalks) and GruVillage Festival (sponsored by MiTo Energy Machine and Alfa Romeo). In 2013 opened the studio Punto3 where could focus more on one of the big interest music related, such as writing and directing music videos for independent artists. In 2014 moved to London (UK), where developed another passion: Photography, getting the ABC Level 3 at the Regent Academy and becoming a part of The Societies of Weddings and Portraits Photography (SWPP) and soon started working as freelancer for some events, such as the Camden Pub Crawl (for Undiscovered London), Merlin Entertainment and the London Marathon for the Leonard Cheshire Charity. Eventually in 2016 came back to gigs and clubs shooting for the website Nightguide.it. Is now on an open collaboration with the Londoner agency Splento.