I was born in Italy in 1981 and graduated in Landscape Architecture at the University of Venice in 2006.
Currently I am a free-lance photographer, and in my work I often combine architecture with documentary photography.
I started photographing during my time at university. At the time I used the camera as a tool to question and investigate the places of study and to this day, this is still my approach.
During those years I participated in many workshops and classes with great Italian photographers such as Guido Guidi, Marco Zanta, Massimo Siragusa.
My work has been published in different magazines and books of architecture ( e.g Casabella, Corriere della Sera).
More recently I have been collaborating as a professional photographer with Fabrica communications Research Centre.
From July 2011 to July 2012 I was working on a photographic essay that was later showcased by “Benetton, l’ impresa della visione" and “ Casabella 820".
In 2013 I explored and mapped the new buildings and interiors of the new Benetton studios designed by the architect Scarpa.
After that, Benetton foundation commissioned me to document five mayors of five small towns in the Treviso area, with the goal being the understanding of this figure and the relation between him/her and the town.
I also personally followed and designed the final exhibition.