Born in Sicily, grow up in Rome, where I studied photography.
I have completed my advanced education by achieving a Diploma of Analogical and Digital Photography at Scuola di Scienze e Tecnica from Comune di Roma following several professional photojournalists.
I am a freelance for AFP and my last works have been published on: The Time, The Independent, Washingtonpost, Il sole 24 ore.
Now I am currently based in Rome where I do storytelling and try to discover something that "pinch" me, but I ofter come back in Italy to follow stories that have to been told.
An outstanding glacier landscape in Jökulsárlón, Iceland. Here the sound of the silent is amazingly touching and make you realize that what you can see in front of your eyes has the same ages of our Earth. All of this beauty might disappear one day if we don't respect mother nature.
A COMMUNITY OF POETS ARTISTS OF HEROES
SAINTS THINKERS OF SCIENTISTS
SAILORS OF TRANSMIGRATORS.
This documentary work is an ongoing project focus on italian culture and how people from this country live and approach to summer time what makes it alive and what it really means for the italian society.
“We are dead already” this is the meaning for the workers of the last remaining coal mine in Sardinia, Italy, to point at the inevitabile fate of their industry. They are part of the process which, over a few decades, has seen the decay of the role of the coal mining industry in Europe. Areas which for decades had been relign on this industry are left to reinvent their economies, having to deal with a heavily polluted environment and a highly specialized work force for a profession which belongs to the past.