Born in Rome, I live and work between Rome and Buenos Aires. I shoot as an artist and think as a photographer. That is why I call "artistic reportage" my photographic genre. Projects mainly stem from the understanding of what and how I want to narrate through my shots: a search for meanings and emotions of non-straightforward realities. I have been a photographer since 1986, I went to Studio 10b (2008) to have a deeper knowledge of photo retouching; two stages with David Harvey (TPW, 2005-06), of Street Life, which, incidentally, led to my going from analog to digital; the Graffiti Association and Graffiti Press (1998-99), the first time to attend the school of Photo-Journalism and then collaborate with the Agency; Antonio Pluchino's Videoambiente (since 1999 to date) to have a deeper knowledge of cinema and cinematography, Lusher's colour theory and structural analysis of cinematographic and iconographic language; Stefano Carofei's Pentaprisma, (1990) to attend its photography course; Roberta Filippi (1990) to attend her water colour course, which led to my passing from b/w to colour; Stefano Gioia's Photomania (1986) for b/w printing; Giancarlo Berluti, for medium-format theory and practice.
I live between Rome and Buenos Aires and I exhibit, from 1990 up to now, in Italy and abroad, including New York, Teheran, Havana, Instanbul, Barcellona, Genova, Turin, Rome, Buenos Aires and others and I received more than 60 awards and honors.