I was born in Rome in 1985.
I attended the “Centro sperimentale di fotografia” in Rome and the “Ecole superieure de photographie et d’ audiovisuel” in Paris.
I live between Rome and Orte (VT).
My work is focused on social issues and documentary photography keeping a watchful eye on human eccentricity.
During my time in Paris I have worked as assistant for Reza (National Geographic Fellow).
2014 - Coup de coeur ANI, Perpignan, 2014 - Self Publish Riga, Riga (LV), 2013 - Kassel Dummy Award
Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is one of the world's largest cities, more than 25 millions inhabitants which produces a lot of wastes.
Until today an ad-lib urban plan did not menage the situation, living the city flooding in the trash.
No chance. Luckily, Cairo has the Zabbaleen.
The road network in Cyprus is as bizarre and confusing as the island’s history itself.
“Roundabout#cyprus” project, aimed at ironically
analyzing the consequences of the Cyprus political deadlock on the geography
of an island that remains, to this day, the last divided country in Europe.
During the night of the 21 of November 2013, thousands of citizens gathered in Independence square, in Kiev,to protest against the President Yanukovych who didn't sign a trade and deal with the E.U.
Extremely violent riots followed to the occupation of the square.