I started studying photography in the IED Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome. While I started in wedding photography, my experiences there quickly led me to other areas: cinema, theater and portraits, both private and professional.
I do not like to call myself a photographer of any particular field, but think of photography as the art of expressing any situation as a poet or a writer would. I express a situation or story and the point is not in the selection of the tool, rather how you use it.
I moved to Dublin last year where I can experiment with other forms of expression in my profession.
I steal the thought of one of the greatest photographers. He defines how I think of my work better that I ever could:
“Putting on the same line of sight, the heart, the mind and the eye.”
- Henri Cartier-Bresson