I graduated in Anthropology. In 2008, I randomly (not joking) found myself on a 4 months long journey in South America. After 2 months, my bag was stolen, together with my camera and pictures. However, the following two months were among the most amazing periods I ever lived. I learned to privilege a fulfilling and engaging experience over a blindfolded chase of aesthetic content. In 2013 I initiated a long-term research project about underground life in Bucharest. As part of the investigation I ended up living in extreme conditions: I had a chance to observe, experience and document the effects of marginalisation. The outcome of this work (called ‘Inside Outside Under Bucharest’) was presented in different European Universities and published and exhibited worldwide (among magazines: Stern Magazine and National Geographic). I’m currently based in Italy, between Veneto and Sicily, at the crossroad between ancient roots and perspectives for the future.