I was born in Florence in 1969. My father was a commercial photographer, so my professional career began in his store when I was a young boy.
After a pause of almost 10 years, I took up photography again, pursuing a style and a path I could recognize myself in.
Little by little I put aside both chemical and commercial photography. I approached nude photography just recently: I was held back by the fear of finding myself realizing trivial images, as I have spent many years admiring the great masterpieces in the fields of both photography and painting. Then I finally managed to open the right door, and everything began to flow.
I realize my works in my ‘refuge’: it is a single room, surrounded by olive trees on the hills of Tuscany, near Florence. It is an intimate, quiet and sacred space that allows me to contact the most delicate and fragile parts of myself.