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I’ve been doing professional photography since 1984.
I took my first steps in this field by doing photographs for naturalistic reportages which have been published in the Italian magazine «Scienza & Vita Nuova» (Rusconi Ed.).
In the following intense years (1989-1992) I devoted myself to socio-political reportag… Read More
I’ve been doing professional photography since 1984.
I took my first steps in this field by doing photographs for naturalistic reportages which have been published in the Italian magazine «Scienza & Vita Nuova» (Rusconi Ed.).
In the following intense years (1989-1992) I devoted myself to socio-political reportages commissioned by some of the major Italian photojournalistic agencies such as Prisma PhotoPress, Gamma Paris and Contrasto. Highlight of this period in my career was the chance to document the Serbian-Croatian war through my lenses.
Besides, those were also the years when I started working in advertising, producing brochures, ad campaigns and industrial monographs. At that time I was determined to introduce photojournalism inside the world of advertising and, by 1992 (till 1997), it became my exclusive occupation.
Alongside my advertising activity, from 1998 I’ve been exploring the art of portraits photography (mostly of sportsmen, athletes and artists), I’ve been shooting architecture (interiors, exteriors, famous – or unknown – buildings everywhere) and I’ve also been following the most important cycling races for professionals in the world (the Giro d'Italia, among them), as a photo reporter for national and European magazines. Read Less
Light is the element. The subject, either persons or objects, to a lesser extent.
If the production of a photographic image is primarily derived from research and control of 'field of light', then the final result is really just the reproduction of a specific object within its luminous setting.
With a few exceptio… Read More
Light is the element. The subject, either persons or objects, to a lesser extent.
If the production of a photographic image is primarily derived from research and control of 'field of light', then the final result is really just the reproduction of a specific object within its luminous setting.
With a few exceptions, i.e. the sunlight setting against a landscape in the background, the luminous element in which our world is completely plunged, is the essential ingredient and obviously it disappears as soon as awareness arises, as it happens with things we have to lose before appreciating them. Like water for caught fish.
I never lost the light, but I found it again.
Now, it's the main character of my pictures which I set by using different backgrounds, persons, architectures, industrial products to make them unique glowing with 'reflected glory'. Read Less
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