I practise photography because in 1983 I met Renato Onano, who had been a photographer on planes during World War II. He told me that there was this ‘thing’ called photography. He let me see, for the first time in my life, what happened to a piece of paper impressed by light when it w as immersed in the developer: it was magic! And I have never stopped since.
I am a photographer because in 1992 I met Vasco Ascolini, a master of photography and a master of life. I owe the whole course of my professional career to him.
I wish to thank all those people who have helped me bring this project to life with
advice or with criticism. I have been fortunate enough to meet many Masters along
the path and each one of them has passed some of their knowledge on to me. I
remember all of them – some of them ha ve changed my life. Thank