I approached art when I was very young and my father, as photo reporter, shared with me pictures of pain, hope and life and I fell in love with our world. However I felt it so distant, so to feed this passion I started studying arts, cinema and photography and practicing my theoretical knowledge during travels and professional experiences. The reportage I performed in Gobi’s desert at the age of 18 gave me a better understanding of where I want to focus my energies. So in every further experience of travelling (Indonesia, India, Benin and many other countries) I tried to develop these attitudes. Moreover, during my studies I spent some time working as photographic assistant, post production editor and photographer. Now I'm studying social and cultural anthropology at SOAS, in London.