I was born in Rome in 1972.
Since I was a child I had a strong interest for the painting and the figurative arts.
An important stimulus for my artistic growth has been given by my teacher, the painter Francesco Vaglica, with which I studied for three years the rules of the sketch and the techniques of painting.
The meeting with the photographer Riccardo Guglielmin in 1997 has been conclusive for the rediscovery of a passion soothed for some years.
At that time photography became a constant in my life, fed from a strong sensibility and from a great interest for the portrait.
Love for the expressive immediateness characterized my production and lead me up, in 2002, to Sydney in Australia. Here I took part in the "Gay Games" as official photographer of the Italian swim team.
A part of my job includes the photographic documentation of surgical interventions on cranio facial malformations.
This allows me to unite my greatest passions, the ones for the medicine and surgery, and the photo as tool of documentation.
For my works I have a preference for the black and white to leave space to the chromatic imagination, and to totally induce the observer to a fruition of the personal image.
Photography means writing with light and is for this reason that I’m in love of the b/w, because it gives me a liberty to play with the lights and the shades that I don't find again in the color.