How and why did you become a photographer? I've had a strong passion for photography since my childhood, when I was taking photographs with a disposable Kodak camera. During unsatisfactory and intense years of high school, I felt the need to deeply approach photography. I discovered that taking photographs made me happy more than anything (the right way is the one that makes you happy). I attended an evening course of digital and analogue photography and began, very slowly, to give shape to my photo projects with the help of my friends. With dedication and sacrifice, I started working to buy professional photographic equipment; to work and to promote me as an emerging photographer. Thanks to the experience backstage of fashion shows and on set of editorial shoots, I think I found my way into fashion photography.
What are you expressing through your images? First of all, my perception of beauty and my view of fashion photography; The beauty is simplicity, diversity, instinct and spontaneity…a fashion photographer can do “fashion” with a few things (“Less is more”).
What do you want to achieve? I want to continue taking pictures as long as possible, because that is what I love to do and I want to do; I'd like to be represented by a photographers agency, traveling around the world and meeting new people.
Who or what inspired you the most? I'm inspired by all that is around me (people, fashion, places, architectures) and obviously by photographers (Corinne Day, Michal Pudelka, Wolfgang Tillmans, Peter Lindbergh, Matteo Montanari…) When I see something or someone that inspires me I fell a vibe inside me and that is the first step to embody a new idea.
Describe a "Perfect photograph" in your own words? A “perfect photograph” is TRUE.
Do you have any hobbies? Yes, of course! I love cinema, music and everything art.