is an Italian photographer. He was born in Rome, but he has spent his childhood in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is also a painter, is going round and round just to catch everything is possibile about art and design, charmed by some great creators like Mirò, Matisse, Picasso, Lichteinstein and many others; but the second one is taint by a lot of great photographers such as Sieff or Avedon that influenced his own creative expression.
Anyway nature, sun and simplicity are most influential elements in his work, ’cause he wants to show the side so pure and strange of what he see. If we’re living at the edge of the world, in this place he wants to frolic. Why not? Naturalness is the lifeblood of what he does but how he expressed the idea is regulated by the way he makes it reality. Probably at first sight his work could appear to be inspired by different trends or tendencies but this isn’t a treacherous thing, only an apparent dualism. So while applying colors to paper nourishes a thick, bright, ironic, generous polymorphism, the photographic eye tends to fix the stream of private, plain, elegant nuances that can in any case reproduce the mutability and warmth of daylight. He lives and works in New York
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