My life and my work have always been driven by a search for meaning.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy at Cà Foscari University, in Venice, I knew I wanted to travel and find something I could not yet grasp. I began my career as a documentarian and photojournalist, traveling to South America to collect stories. I wanted to learn on the road and keep on living with open eyes. When it came time for me to go home, after traveling and living in Rome, Bergen, London, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, I still yearned to create images with a deeper meaning. I wanted to capture the stories, moments, and feelings that endure. I wondered: what is it that makes all love stories so endearing? Is it because, through one very personal love story, we find our common humanity? Wedding photography attracted me just as much as documentary photography.
And as a fine art photographer, I am not just taking pictures on your wedding day.
What I do is so much more than a documentation of what unfolds before my eyes. A wedding is a unique occasion to take a moment and reflect on your love, on the path that brought you two together. It is also a moment of meditation on all of the relationships that nurture your happiness together: family and friends, the people that make your life full.