Born in 1982 in Milan, Italy, I studied and graduated in English and German translation.
I started studying photography in 2004, attending a photography course where I learned
to work in darkroom, develop and print films and studied composition.
Little by little I left the black and white and focused on colours: both in analogue
(with 35mm slide films) and digital photography. Soon I realized to be attracted
to landscape and to all the architectural, urban and suburban aspects of the contemporary
world, considering them as a reflection of our most inner self.
In 2007 I graduated with a dissertation based on the translation from English into
Italian of three different photography books, each one focused on an important personality
of world photography : Lewis Carroll (portrait), Dorothea Lange (reportage) and Ansel
I understood there's a lot in common between my job as translator and my passion
for photography: in both cases I act like a filter, looking at the world around me
to give back my own vision of it.