Spoken languages: 
Especially the weekends or weekday evenings (Monday and Tuesday)
"Portraying the daily life of people means talking about their feelings. Looking at daily events should help you realize that nothing that happens to others is totally far from you" (Fra Ibrahim Faltas, Holy Land School Director).
These words are useful to encourage us to be curious, "involved",  to enrich ourselves and to better understand each other, beyond prejudices and hard times. This sums up the way I feel as a photographer. My passion for photography was born with my first child. It started from the joy of being a father, and grew with the possibilites allowed by digital technology.

Experience, a better technique, and my equipment have allowed me to express more and more an "artistic" point of view. I try to put meaning behind a shot, to have my own voice, and to interact with the subject of the photo. These three elements, together with continuous self-criticism (I also listen to other people's criticism), are strengthening my passion.

The main idea behind my work is to tell a story. Sometimes by interacting with the characters, sometimes by making myself invisible, avoiding to interfere with the carrying out of the events. It is the concept of a pictures' story.
I definitely associate myself  with the world of reportage. The use of wide-angle lenses requires a direct and almost physical interaction with the subjects, working at close point. I used this for my stories of weddings, children school plays, Miss Italia selections, the Festival of Fiction in Rome, or a reportage in a nomads camp in the outskirts of Rome, which was used by Save The Children in many publications and exhibitions.

My greatest satisfaction is when I can arouse emotions through a shot. Photography is also a way to satisfy my curiosity and to interact with a rich and problematic world.

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