My morbid and visceral passion for Photography made me know my Freedom.
It was during my master’s studies in political science that I became aware of my latent desire; I decide, therefore, to test myself, comparing myself with a great Neapolitan photojournalist.
This person has become a fundamental reference point for me: severe, but just; it pushed me to study, to research and to continuous experimentation, to growth.
My natural predisposition to Photography and its influence led me to create a personal language and to express myself through black-and-white reportage.
From the first shot, I made mine a quote from a Canadian photo-reporter, Ted Grant:
“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls.”
I think the black-and-white shot really goes beyond mere reality.
I love to tell life, in all its forms, in a quiet, calm, and intimate way.
That is why I chose my home as my lab. I like to take care of my clients and try to get in tune with them, accompanying them in the choice of photos, paper, and materials.
This approach to photography led me to a careful search for products and extreme attention to detail: I entrusted artisans with the process of printing and creating unique products, handmade with natural fabrics.