I was born in a little town close to the mountains in 1980. Twenty years later I graduated from college as a graphic designer and photographer. During those years I was able to study and work with analog systems and black and white prints.
After my graduation I did some photographic and calligraphic courses and I've been working as a freelance professional photographer for eight years now. I’ve covered positions for the main snowboard magazines in Italy, and am currently working with international titles as well as extreme sports brands.
I started as a skater, but after three knee surgeries I had to quit and moved to snowboarding. I’m still riding as much as I can. Over the past five years I have dedicated my time to riding and shooting in the backcountry. I also love to shoot any kind of action sport and always stick to my style which distinguishes me.
I believe that photography is a silent and sophisticated form of sensibility, different for every one of us. A real photo should be able to tell a story, a story that stays in your mind forever. I also believe I have the Peter Pan syndrome – I’m a half hippie, half gipsy living in the Italian countryside when not traveling around the world, and still believe in dreams.