Since I was a kid, I had always looked for new windows to explore the world around me. For years the National Geographic Magazine has been the first important window. It taught me there’s a big world out there and it’s full of things which are always worth a trip. Then a BA in Modern History enforced my storytelling skills, so it was pretty natural to me to grow up mainly as a traveling photographer. In the same time I tried to experience also other areas of the industry: I worked as an assistant in still life commercial photography and for several years I had the opportunity to be in the photo crew of the Rototom Sunsplash reggae festival, the biggest one in Europe of its kind.
Nowadays I am working for Apple where I give classes, also about photography, and I keep working as a live events and travel photographer. For me a picture is basically a way to tell a story, a fact. It's a way to move something in those who are watching it and make them opening new windows in their minds.