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Photography: Color, Digital on Paper.
It always came natural to me, since the first day I picked a camera in my hands, to work in a project-based manner.
I’m not a street photographer. I work and live and research around a project, a story or an idea, that I have in my mind and that seems to me the most important for my soul. I can be pretty obsessive. All my life goes around the project I’m working on. The only thing that matters to me is to bring forward that project until is complete and ready to be donated to the world.
I think always in terms of stories and content. I am aware of the contemporary fine-art discussion about the medium of photography but I’m totally bored by the investigation of the medium itself. I ask myself a lot how I want to represent something, and I’m not naif about the aesthetic and meaning of the representation I choose, but I don’t want this to be the content of my work. I don’t do photography projects about photography. I do photography projects about stories. In particular I’ve been very interested in women and spirituality.
PHOTOGRAPHY IS LIKE A PEN, IT’S JUST A MEDIUM FOR ME.
I want to be standing more and more in that point of the reality or experience, where things are not completely logical, but are powerfully charged with emotion and beauty and richness. I want to be standing where the grammar of what we know is falling apart and new thoughts are created. I want to be learning about life and human beings. I want to find myself in the middle of a truth.