Rania Mastrosavva was born in 1996, in the island of Rhodes, in Greece. At the age of nine she showed interest in music and started taking piano lessons. From 2008 until 2014, she attended the Music School of Rhodes, majoring in both arts and science. Being a member of her high school’s choir, she got the opportunity to meet and collaborate with various Greek composers, musicians and artists (e.g., Maria Farantouri and Nikos Kipourgos).
While still in high school, she became interested in video editing, graphic design and photography, which led her to volunteer in her high school's anual Music Festival as a Video Editor and Graphics Designer. There, she was responsible for the producaction and the editing of the participating bands’ promotion videos (2012-2014), commercial spots (2012 and 2013) and posters (2013).
In 2014, she enrolled in the Ionian University’s department of Audiovisual Arts in Corfu, Greece, where she majored in Audiovisual Arts (thesis in film directing). At the same time, she continued her music studies at the Ionian Conservatory and participated in many events and concerts hosted by the Conservatory. Moreover, she joined a Musical Performance club, as a singer and performer, in which she volunteered as an Assistant to the Director and Choreographer and became the Head of the Video Recording Department & Lead Graphics Designer for a show held in 2017. She also attended vocal and dance performance classes, as well as, various performance related Seminars hosted by various Organizations in the island.
In 2018, she collaborated with the Philharmonic Band Mantzaros and directed a projection mapping and live-action adaptation of "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" by E.T.A Hoffman, accompanied by the music of P.I. Tchaikovsky performed live by the Philharmonic Band.
In the years 2020-2021 she wrote, directed and produced her first short film entitled "Chasing Sugar", as part of her thesis, with which she completed her five-year studenship at the department of Audiovisual Arts.
She also holds degrees in English, Advanced Music Theory (Harmony) and Art Education.