I began my career freelancing for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue but soon my focus turned to photojournalism and I did it for more than 20 years witnessing wars and emergency situations worldwide.
My works have been published by important magazines in Italy and around the world.
My film on great drought, realized crossing the desert from Mauritania to Somalia has been shown at the White House, the Kremlin and in the UN headquarters in New York.
A photo exhibition on violated human rights was showed in the historical seat of the UN in Geneva and a reportage in Calcutta on prostitution and on the excessively-exhausting working of "human horses" and rickshaw pullers, was presented at the 2008 edition of the International Festival Visa d’Or, in Perpignan France.
In 2002 I turned to Fine Art, encouraged by collectors showing their interest in my images, which are now part of many private collections of Contemporary Art.
This is now my most prominent activity, which keeps me busy, with exhibitions and participations in events such as Roma Fotografia, Arte Fiera, Photology in Milan, MIA Expo in Milan (three times), Art Basel, Photo L.A. Los Angeles, Art Masters St. Moritz.