I love people.
So when I take portraits of people, I try to give my personal light to each one of them.
Tuscany is one of the places I really love. As an interiors and architectural photographer, these are some of the homes I photographed there.
Some of the most beautiful chalet in the world are in the Swiss Alps. As an interiors and architectural photographer, these are some of the homes I loved.
The ancient, beautiful Rome hosts some incredible homes. As an interiors and architectural photographer, here some of the ones I loved to shoot.
Suite 160 is a luxury van containing all of hi-tech and the craftsmanship excellence of Made in Italy. I worked on visual communication of the brand.
I worked for the company for promoting tourism in Val Di Fiemme, Trentino, Italy, for promoting a park for kids based in Latemar 2200.
I believe in Love, so I love to shoot weddings all over the world.
I adopted reportage style but for 10 minutes of the wedding day, I’ll take a walk with you and we, together, will play with light to have some unique shots.
My website dedicated to the wedding world is www.fotoinposanograzie.com (now on manteinance, please check it out in a few weeks to see more examples of my wedding jobs).
With my friend and colleague Simone Raso, and in collaboration with Profoto Italy, we played with lights to create some impact photos for the calendar of Blu Basket Treviglio. Enjoy the video of our shooting!
Fujifilm asked me to try the 35mm f2 and I decided to take it with me along one of the oldest road in Italy: the Via Emilia. In two days I met many people and situations. Here the photos and here the video of my small trip.
This is my America.
During a trip in Chernobyl in 2016, I stopped in Kiev and visited the places where the 2014 Hrushevskoho Street riots happened. Many faded color photocopies, portraits of people dead in the riots, were hanging there from months or years, protected by plastic folders that nothing can do against the rainy weather. These photos are some small details of lives, little stories in a bigger story.
I have known of the existence of the “Sapeurs” from the photos of whom that has been one most interesting photographers I ever met: Daniele Tamagni. I have discovered a meeting of the european sapeurs in Geneva, Switzerland. These are some of the portraits I shoot to them.
Mumbai is a version of what India will be in the future. Messy, polluted and noisy, this is a small reportage of a few days trip over there.
Bad guys with a golden heart
I’ve travelled to Pryp"jat' and Chernobyl three times. These are the photos from the last trip.
Infrared photography is a kind of magic. What you see is not what you will get.
The tradition of the festival of Sant'Efisio originated in the mid seventeenth century when a terrible plague swept across Sardinia decimating the population in four years. Ten thousand people died in Cagliari alone and the town councillors prayed to Sant’Efisio to save the city. When the epidemic finally passed in May 1657 the people of Cagliari kept the promise they had made to the saint and carried his sacred image in procession from Cagliari to Nora, where he had been executed. Since then this date is considered as the year this age-old tradition began. The festival of Sant'Efisio takes place every year on 1st May and is a magical celebration of faith and folklore, the sacred and the profane. (text from Activsardegna)