I told stories of sports reports, like the one made in black to black alongside the Rugby Amateurs team of Perugia. With my photos I told stories of the sea, like the story aboard the fishing boat Neptune II in the Argentario. I had been also cross over Oceano, with the project on the Sioux of South Dakota with whom I have lived many months.
I realized the social reportage Iris, on the daily life of a blind person, selected among hundreds at the Perugia Social Photo Fest. This is the European festival of social photography and therapeutic photography.
My great love for the West and for the stories about the American Indians are making me known in the journalistic field as the Sioux photographer. I always propose photographic situations, to newspapers and publishers, about the wonderful world of the Native Americans.
My way of photographing people is something that I pour even in weddings, social and journalistic reportage. This is my way of seeing your Big Day: seize the moment, live the day through the details. Every time with the utmost discretion and professionalism.
The work of a photojournalist for a newspaper is to readjust the reality, through his own objective, maintaining every kind of situation and emotion without the external hand influencing the quality of the work. This is how I approach the wedding photography.
My legs are the zoom. I prefer verbal contact, gaining a strong empathy with the couple. In this way I can give them those emotional shots that a reporter has to bring home.
The emotions and the cleanliness of the frame even in a marriage, as in a journalistic reportage are the basis from which to start. For the rest when I’m not a photographer I like traveling by motorbike. I love also reading in fact I’m a big fan of J.R.R. Tolkien.
The fantasy saga of The Lord of the Rings is another passion. For this I have been working for years on photographic projects on the “fantastic”, also making the first four-hand book where photography