Taking photographs brings me in a timid and poetic way to a deep part of my life. My visual stories are not answers, but continuous flows of
questions on the meaning of life, on the form of memory,
on the incessant passing of time, and on the dimension and function of human relationships.
I do not feel like an artist but rather a researcher who tries, through a possibly even personal research that portrays objects, people spaces and places, to reconstruct the pieces of an internalized world that finds difficulty in showing itself and that, for so long, has become addicted to the indifference of feeling.
Photographing for me is study, knowledge, in-depth study and constant research.
Photographing allows me to get in touch with other realities, with other worlds made of people I like to tell their story.