Elena Ramazza holds a degree in History and Protection of Artistic Heritage at the Università di Firenze (2009). She completed a Master in Visual Arts at the Università di Bologna (2011) and a Master in Analysis and Management of Artistic Heritage at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (2020).
In Italy she worked as a digital restorer of cinematographic material at the laboratory L’immagine Ritrovata in Bologna, and then in tourism, obtaining the title of Superior Technician for the Promotion of Tourism.
She has been a part-time lecturer at the UAB, teaching: Reading the Artistic Image and Egyptian Art. Currently she is writing her PhD thesis The language of E.-E. Viollet-le-Duc in Spain and Italy (1868-1914). Ornamental repertoires, architectural interpretation and aesthetic rewriting, under the supervision of professors Manuel Castiñeiras (UAB), Ricard Bru (UAB) and Francesco Ceccarelli (UniBO).