Me and the other #MasterOfPhotography contestants had a unique experience last winter being a part of an international talent show, so I am taking this opportunity to thank everyone who has been such an integral part of this journey: production, video operators, reporters, make up artists, stylists, Leica ambassadors and everyone of the hundred people we had around every day. I’ve made great memories and great friends, it was bittersweet on some levels but definitely a learning path.
Said that, I am receiving messages, emails, sms and kinds words from friends, family and strangers from all over Europe. Please know I am grateful and I appreciate your time and your feedbacks!
It’s time for the next adventure. xx
Ps. Here are some pics of my journey, from my shooting in Sicily to my time with Magnum Photographer David Alan Harvey and my MoP Family memories.
Here’s a fresh video trailer from our trip to Sicily, first task in Master of Photography. Never in my life I had travelled with so many friends, it felt like a big school trip and the plane was all for us.
I have made amazing memories and this is just a hint of those inspiring but also very tense and knees shaking moments:
What if you could finally bring the quality of a museum exhibition into your living room?
Continuing its focus on premium design, Samsung launched its newest innovation – The Frame.
It’s a new Samsung’s intelligent display and also the winner of the 2017 CES Innovation Award. It consists in a high end TV with an included collection of 100 art pieces to choose from and purchase. It is sure to please every design preference, it even features customizable wooden frames.
Instead of turning off like a standard TV, leaving a blank black rectangle on the wall, The Frame is designed to always show its picture when someone is in the room. It uses a motion sensor that keeps the image onscreen as long as it senses movement. When there’s no motion after awhile, the screen goes blank, saving power.
I am very excited to announce Samsung selected of one my photograph to display in The Frame’s art library.
Soon in worlwide stores!
I can finally announce the big news!
Me and other 11 talented photographers have been selected from thousands of entrants from all over Europe to be part of the Sky Arts Master of Photography talent show.
Watch us on Sky! Premiere May 25th. www.masterofphotography.tv
Thank you to VOGUE’s photo editors for selecting my work!
Several years ago when I started my journey in photography, my very first approach took place in the darkroom. Nowadays, anytime I smell chemicals my mind turns back in time and brings me back to those very long days spent developing, printing and printing and printing some more. Time flew so years did too.
Since January 2017 I grabbed two great “pocket” cameras and I am shooting a personal project I am very excited about!
Letting spring time, Rome and also some Masters inspire me
#FILMSNOTDEAD #olympustrip35 #nikonEM
As I probably mentioned before, the most rewarding feeling to me when it comes to photography, is having someone owning my photos and displaying them in their private space.
My images become part of someone’s house and it literally feels like having bits of me spread all over the world. There are my latest two sold artworks, purchased together by the same collector in Lima, Peru. If you’re planning to decorate your house with Art, please get in touch with me via “contact” button and I will give you all the infos and pricing. International insured shipping.
In the last bits of 2015 I’ve had the pleasure to curate and join an international collective artshow – my first time as a curator was definitely inspiring. I reached many upcoming and successful talents and they all agreed to be on board with us.
I wrote a bilingual intro and the catalogue was finely printed, we had a great result.
The artshow theme was “AIR” and the event took place in a beautiful historic Palace in Italy (Palazzo Aragona), located on the seaside, in a city named Vasto.
Art is beautiful!
A pleasure and an honor to be awarded at the PX3 by top class jurors. I am in fact amazed at the thought that people like the lifetime editors from New York Times or National Geographic magazine, personally selected my work out of thousands entries from over 85 countries and included me in the winners list.
Thank you PX3 for awarding my work “2pm” an Honorable Mention in the professional category.
My work was selected by Jean-Luc Monterosso (Director of the European House of Photography in Paris) to take part to a collective exhibition named “What a wonderful world” to happen in a breath taking location Vieille-Eglise Saint-Vincent (south France), from July 9th to August 21th.
This is the oldest religious building in Mérignac, it belongs to 11th century and it’s an amazing place to visit – it’s open all year long for exhibition, especially photographic ones.
The location hosted works of the greatest photographers ever, such as Irving Penn, Helmut Newton, Salgado, Henri Cartier Bresson or Bettina Rheims to name a few.
I am absolutely honoured to have my work exhibited in a place that has been home to these artists works.
PDF to the Vernissage’s invitation: