Ever since, as a student, I began to travel the world armed only with a backpack, camera and notepad, I developed my interest for information, wich forts me led me to become a professional journalist, therefore to support my pen with a reflex.

My photographic work is intense and constantly active on several fronts, from personal to commercial projects, to a number of side activities such as Riscatti, a social photographic training, which then became an exhibition diplayed every year to raise funds in the Milan Contemporary Art Pavillon since 2014 to nowadays. My career is divided among personal research projects, editorial projects, international events and corporate type activities for some of the most important international brands. In 2015 I was chosen to carry out the official portraits of Expo 2015 in the Expo project.

I started my collaboration with Sony Italia in 2016 as Global Imaging Ambassador, but I moved from DSLR to a mirrorlsess system since 2014

In july 2017 I co-founded VisualCrew, an agency specialized in visual communication services and strategies, based on an extended network of professionist photographer and videomaker distributed along Italy and Europe.

I’m also the fouder and director of Witness Journal: an editorial project lauched in 2007 that promotes photojournalism and social photography through a series of editorial initiatives and training projects.


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“My photographic research always focuses on man. If I were forced to give a definition I would most likely use the term social, although in a very wide sense of the term. Everything about human being interests me, from his emotions to his relationship with the enviroment“

“I do nothing other than observe people that move in spaces, so absorbed in their own lives that they don’t even acknowledge my presence or the protagonist role they take, even for a moment in my eyes“

“If photography is a form of expression it seems to me quite natural that the photographer’s point of view is always the starting point. For better of for worse“


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