I am a freelance photographer based in Rome, Italy. I take pictures of what captures my attention and stirs some sort of emotion in me, and this is what I seek to replicate in an image. I do it with passion. I shoot pictures to freeze in time a particular moment so that I can remember it later, or just to express what I’m feeling.
For me, photography is also a way to show others how I see the world around me, while leaving room for the imagination of the observer. I don’t usually focus on specific subjects: I’m just curious and I experiment with anything from landscape to portraits, from street photography to architecture. The technique, which must be mastered in order to take fine pictures, is very important but is nothing more than a medium. What counts most is the subject, the content of the image.
In my opinion, photography is also an individual journey, an occasion to grow, a track in the life of a person. And at the end of the day, what is possibly the best thing of all, photography is a private space where you can seek refuge when you need to spend some time with yourself.