The first approach to photography was in the 90s by attending numerous workshops on technique, history and photographic language and experimenting with traditional techniques in the darkroom. In 2009 I started using infrared photography, especially in surveys of the Veneto territory, finding in this new language that strength, that often dramatic emphasis I had been looking for for some time.
In recent years I have returned to color and recently I am experimenting with the "Pinhole technique”.
In 2018 I obtained the diploma of "Master of reportage photography" at the John Kaverdash Academy of Photography in Milan.
In landscape photography I always try to insert elements that tell how man is changing his territory.
For me, the photographic image is above all a special vehicle of emotions: photographing is placing yourself in front of the world and listening to myself.