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I was born in a rocky old town in Italy, I grew up in an advertising agency and studied photography in Rome at ISF-CI. I've searched my home on both shores of the Atlantic ocean, living in London, Brooklyn and Barcelona for a while. Today I’m based in Rome and Milan.



I'm specialized in portraits, industrial and architecture photography. Over the years I’ve collaborated with several Companies and Publications, such as BNL-BNP Paribas, Ferrari, Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Bureau Betak, Phaidon, IlSole24Ore, Wallpaper* City Guides, Icon España, Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Rome Film Festival. On June 2015 I've published my first book: Souvenir.

My images have been published by: NewYork Times, Icon España, Wallpaper*, Phaidon, SKIRA, IlSole24Ore, Domus, AD Italia, INTERNI, Living Magazine, Festival del Cinema di Roma, Frame Magazine, AREA Magazine, Dezeen, AD France, AD Mexico, Vogue France, Vogue Italia, GQ Italia, Elle Decor, Curbed Magazine, Surface Magazine, Fondazione MAXXI, Terre Rare, F-Stop Magazine, Landscape Stories, Dodho Magazine, Fotografia Magazine, Architonic, Design Boom, Divisare, ArchiPortale, DesignFather, The Plus Paper, Contemporist, e-architect, Gessato, OggiAbbiamoCapitoChe.

In 2018 I have been selected as shortlisted photographer in the Professional Architecture category at the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards, thanks to my series "Mediterranean Sunset in Siponto". My personal projects have been exhibited at MAXXI Roma (Roma 2025 exhibition, Agri-Fab City project by IAAC, 2015), at Palazzo Fibbioni in L’Aquila (Personal exhibition, Distanza, 2015), Adriano Temple in Rome (Proiezioni, Piccolo Festival dell'Essenziale, 2014), Montecassino Abbey (visual installation, 2012), Domus Talenti in Rome (the History of Wine in Rome, 2010).

In 2019 I've founded MaMa Project, along with the poetess Martina Germani Riccardi. MaMa Project includes a series of visual poetry installations related to a specific territory. None of these are designed to last.



"Nobody talk, then. There is no sound but wind, wind and waves. The voices of distance."