What a successful week! My photo has been selected and published by two institutions in the photography world: Vogue & National Geographic!
National Geographic even selected my work as Photo of the Week and that is for me a huge accomplishment, as considering my photographic field, I had never thought I could get their attentions.
Grateful! Long live to artistic photography.
Saatchi Art launched a promo and you can now get 15% off Original and Prints ( code: CATALOGS19 )
What are you waiting for? Find here my works and liven up your home:
Janurary 6th marks my first sold Photograph of 2019!
“2PM” is flying to USA (for a change) and was printed on a mesmerizing Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta 325. It’s thick and beautiful, it comes with a serialized hologram Certificate of Authenticity and fluorescent security fibres.
In other words, life is short, buy the artwork, drink the wine, order the dessert!
Each September, London hosts the most thrilling and innovative design festival in the world: over nine packed days there are events taking place right across the city.
Navigating all this activity can appear daunting at first. With over 500 events in total, there’s more than any single person could see.
Thanks to Saatchi x Samsung collaboration, I had my very own corner at this festival. Find here some snapshots and also a video
On November 16th, I attended a Vernissage held at Leica Store in Rome, nearby the Spanish Steps. The super location and a sunny city, welcomed hundreds of photography enthusiast, queueing outside the store for a very worthy reason: we had the privilege to meet a real master of Italian photography, Gianni Berengo Gardin.
He is a true living legend and his eyes, captured during the past 60 years, precoius images that literally made history. Additionally he was freshly awarded a Leica Hall of Fame awards for his outstanding contribute to Photography.
I was lucky to get a copy of his book and have it signed, they sold out shortly after. And I was even luckier to have the super talented italian street photographer Stefano Mirabella, capturing me and Berengo with his LeicaQ.
A short intro to Gianni Berengo Gardin impressive work, and last but not least, our photos together.
Two photographs of mine that I shoot in Rome, were purchased this month by two collectors. One is going to stay at a lawyer studio in Rome, and one is flying to a lawyer’s home in New York.
Thank you SIPA for this prize and for hosting such a beautiful awards ceremony in the heart of Tuscany, Siena.
An incredible amount of photos were submitted ( 49.429 ) and I am proud to have made it among the winners of this 2017 edition.
See you next time around, and possibly, with more women on stage receiving awards
After a couple weeks off discovering Sicily by car and Aeolie islands by sail boat, I am back in town and trying to process all the beauty I’ve encountered day by day in these amazing places.
In Sicily, time has stopped and as a nostalgic, I have to admit I’ve left a piece of my heart in Palermo.
The noise, the smells, colors, the narrow labyrinthine streets and the traditional cuisines you find there point to days bygone.
My experience went beyond my expectations and I strongly recommend a visit there to anyone reading this post.
A Postcard from Palermo to you.
Very little updates lately but definitely a fun time!
I’ve been working on several different projects, but among all those things, touring with these guys was a lot of fun!
For those who haven’t recognized them yet they’re IL VOLO.
Formed in 2009, italian tenor vocal trio Il Volo (The Flight) are one of the biggest names in classical crossover pop worldwide, with millions copies sold and a sound that combines traditional opera, pop, and classical symphonic music. I travelled around Italy with the tour crew and took photos of the band, every single night was a unique experience.
Isn’t being a photographer the best job in the world?