My first memory related to photography dates back to childhood, when I found in a drawer some family portraits. I’ve immediately understood the power of those images, as a document of memory and testimony.
But several years passed before deciding to use photography as a language. Growing up I became passionate about art: after graduating in scenography at the Brera Art School, I decided to explore my interest in photography by attending the Mohole Academy.
During the last years I’ve experimented with different techniques and languages until I found my own identity. All my work is based on the research of beauty, intimacy, whether it is a gesture or an object. It’s a love story that reveals and measures itself over distance and time, reserving the pleasure of self-discovery and evolution.