I was born in 1964, I'm a judge but when I'm not working in the courtroom I'm always around with my Sony RX1 or Ricoh GR. Next to street photography the story of stories and I dedicate myself to the reportage of religious or social events. I think that the task of the street photographer is not simply to observe reality, but within it and the microcosms of which it is composed, isolating some moments that otherwise would be lost forever revealing them to others. When I walk on the street, I am attracted by the most paradoxical and fun aspects.
I am very fond of Alex Webb, who immerses himself in the reality he tells, but I feel closer to me Vivian Maier, Daido Moriyama and Robert Frank because they tell the reality in which they live every day. I love the irony of Elliott Erwitt and Martin Parr, I certainly do not imitate the style but I consider them great masters of street photography.