My first contact with photography was strong, nice and short. I was ten years old when I brought the camera of my father with me, during a school trip. I took some pictures of fake dinosaurs in a Jurassic Park for children. I ran out two rolls of film, I was so proud and happy. The day after my dad told me I could have bought nice postcards instead of wasting money and film. He did not have bad intentions, but I was a sensitive child.
In 2004 I graduated in Aerospace Engineering and I received a compact digital camera as present from some friends of mine. I started taking pictures again.
A photo can be a document, a memory, an impression, but I strongly believe that sometimes it could even be a poem, in which composition and light freeze feelings for eternity. Photography is the place where my soul has eyes full of wonder and mystery, where my thoughts see themselves reflected in a kaleidoscope of memories and future visions: often they are questions, sometimes answers, but always emotions.
I was born in Italy, in this moment I live in Den Bosch, The Netherlands.
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