b. 1985 - I'm an independent documentary photographer.
Academically I dedicated myself to studying many different disciplines, such as Classical Piano, Visual Arts, Statistics, until I finally graduated in Anthropology with a dissertation on the application of photography in social sciences and cultural investigation.
As a child I developed a variety of interests. Due to my curious nature I began to travel early trying to give up my habits and beliefs, striving to learn as much as I could, languages included. I currently speak a good level of Italian, English, Spanish and Romanian. I am learning Gypsy.
Since 2009 I work with Collettivo Fotosocial, Italian association of photographers who use visual storytelling to produce social change. I collaborate with IRFOSS (Institute of Research and Training in Social Sciences) in ethnographic projects in Italy and Madagascar.
My interests mainly focus on cultural flows and contemporary lifestyles. I researched in Ecuador and Colombia (2008), Sardinia (2011), Madagascar (2011-2012), Venice (2011-2014).
Since 2013 I have been working on a long-term project on the underground life in Bucharest. I am currently living between Italy and Romania, but I haven't found a place I would call ‘home’ yet.