Monica Ferrari grew up between Pinzolo and Brescia where she studied at the Experimental Art Lycee "A. Calini". After that, she followed her passion for jewelry and moved to Florence, where she graduated at "Le Arti Orafe" and later in Milan where she graduated in "Jewellery Design" at the European Institute of Design.

After her studies, she began her career as jewelry designer and developed collections for "Luna Bianca" in Turin and for the "Russo Design" studio in Milan.
During these years, she started to give birth to "Imeori", a word that derives from the combination of 3 words of her dialect and means "my jewels"

Through her production she creates jewels, paintings, t-shirts, accessories and everything her artistic soul suggests herself. Her unique pieces are the result of a very careful conceptual research although occasionally she produces limited editions but never more than 6 pieces.

2000 - Quality Certificate for her project at the "Jewel-Message: a path to peace" competition, UNESCO - Auritalia;

1999 - Third prize at "The ring of 2000" competition organized by the European Parliament (PLE);