I have always been fascinated by the tools mathematics provides to describe and understand complex problems in an extraordinarily simple and elegant way. That is why I devoted my PhD in mathematics and computer science (University of Perugia, 2016) precisely to the study of closed-form solutions to enumeration problems on graphs. Since then I have worked as a researcher first at the University of Palermo, then at the Institute for Complex Systems (ISC-CNR), at the Italian Communications Authority (AGCOM), and more recently at Enrico Fermi Research Centre (CREF). My research activities focus on graphs as geometric structures representing large-scale data domains. In particular, to characterize how media portray news and how they impact social dialogue and opinion formation. I have joined Sony CSL in Rome to work in the infosphere team, and in particular on creating tools that can help people navigate through the complex media landscape.