I was born and raised in Verona, Italy. In 1997 I've got a degree in Political Sciences at the University of Padua, but despite that I've decided to carry on working in the entertainment industry as a stage technician as so called in Italy 'macchinista' which is the same title for a train driver. It's a job I have been doing since I was 18 years old. Few years later by chance I've stumbled upon photography just tp avoid to become a sex tourist in my only visit to Cuba where for the very first time I have notice an extraordinary light.
I'm a self-taught photographer now based in Oman. I'm most of the times guided by a simple instinct even when I'm taking a picture with a large format camera: I have a basic mechanical knowledge of the operation of the instrument and I got an imagination and when the time comes up in any circumstance of my life to play a solo like a guitarist it's me against the law of nature. I truly don't know exactely what i'm gonna photograph. I know roughly how long I have to do it and it's a play, a performing meditation state in which I have a piece of time I'm filling with something I love and feel and depending on how intuitive the rythm of my play is I can do things that are literally impossibile for me in other situations of my ordinary life. When I take my photos Iike call them shadowsin which I somehow feel personal consciousness. Photographs are reflections of selves even if there would not be selves in finders. The power of the act of photographing is a unity of a mirror and a window: you can see through and at the same time it reflects the unexpected.