Born in Reggio Calabria, Italy, December 1976. Degree in Economics. Free-lance photographer. Started shooting at age 20. Some of his works appeared in Italian and international webzines: Private, Monovisions, Design Radar (Interview), Orca Magazine, Frattura Scomposta, True Eye, Twohundredby200, Blanket Magazine, Phirebrush. Black ‘n White, portraiture and street photography addicted. His favourites are: Daido Moriyama, Morten Andersen, Michael Ackerman, Elliott Erwitt, Dennis Stock, Bruce Davidson, Mario Giacomelli, Saul Leiter, Ferdinando Scianna, Anton Corbijn e Nigel Parry.
"My relation with photography? There’s one abjective is being able, better than others, to describe it: unreasoning. If it were a woman it was a mistress. The perfect mistress. Not a caprice. Not a torturing demon. But a complementary factor for architecture conscience. For my individual conscience. The hermetic and silent transformation of my perceptions. Of my way of seeing and assimilating the real outlining me. A necessity feeding itself constantly. Photography is, for me, like a catharsis. It’s the hold to clasp reality. Extrapolating meaning. I consider photography a kind of sculpture. Only one difference: total freeing from material applications. I mean all images are already inside time and reality, composed according to every potential point of view. Like the David or Pietà before standing in marble. Our eyes the tools to polish and make them eternal. By freeing them when they appear. A good photograph is a microcosm to be penetrated. To see stories needn’t words to be told. Or maybe too. A successful shot worths waiting for. Fatidical Instant. Coming true of an Istant. Indelible, to mark Imagery."