Italian humanist photographer, is an award - winning photographer based in Venice (Italy). He studied photography with Charles – Henri Favrod, Naomi Rosenblum and Walter Rosenblum. His photographs were exhibited in all Europe, United States and China, and published in Italian and international newspapers and magazines among them: l'Espresso, Alias del Manifesto, Vogue Italia, Repubblica, Panorama, Il Sole 24 ore, Le Scienze, Photomagazine, Daylight Magazine, Days Japan International, Asahi Shinbum, The Telegraph, The Guardian, Asian Geo.
Auer collection, Hermance (Switzerland)
Favrod collection, Saint Prex (Switzerland)
Rosenblum collection, New York (USA)
Fratelli Alinari Museum, Florence (Italy)
Chernobyl National Museum, Kiev (The Ukraine)
Fotografiska Museum, Stockholm (Sweden)
J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (USA).
“The Balkans, from Bosnia to Kosovo”, Interattiva, Italy 2000
“Chernobyl la herencia oculta”, Ellago ediciones, Spain 2006
“Chernobyl the hidden legacy”, Trolley LTD, Great Britain 2007
"Cip is not Afraid", CRO - CRAF, Italy 2010
"Chernobyl 20 years after", Kashiwa Shobo, Japan 2011
"Ashes/Ceneri" Stories of a photojournalist, Comune di Pordenone (Italy) introduction Luis Sepulveda, forewords Naomi Rosenblum, Charles-Henri Favrod, Angelo Bertani
Finalist, LensCulture Earth Awards:
Welcome to one of the most polluted cities on Earth—a place where the entire economic equilibrium is dependent upon a livelihood-giving (yet life-destroying) copper smelting plant.
Following up on his ground-breaking coverage of the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster,shows us what remains of the homes, farms and neighborhoods around the Fukushima power plant in Japan.
A new book by photographer-reporteris informative, impassioned and unforgettable. Here we have 20 images from Chernobyl: The Hidden Legacy, plus a book review.