I started taking pictures when I was a child, trying to imitate my father. I liked his old cameras and I was fascinated by the alchemy of the darkroom.
With the passage of time this particular way of interacting with reality has become the passion that today is my job . I like to think that with me there's always that little boy, with his curiosity, his desire to experiment, his wanting to put himself to the test continuously.
I began photographing natural landscapes and architecture. Now I love being a wedding photographer . Why ? Because marriage is a moment full of emotion and passion. I’d like to reproduce those feelings in my shots: a face, a smile, a tear, a look .
I do it in the first place trying to help the couple to face in the best way a moment that , in some ways , can be very difficult.
One of the best things about my job is that … today many of these spouses are my friends.