Born and raised in Rome long time ago.
In 2003 I graduated from "La Sapienza" as an architect. My master thesis though happened to be a photography book.
In 2004 I worked at an old fashioned fine-art photolab in the basement. There were films, chemicals and old projectors.
In 2006 I moved to the Netherlands and tried to be a proper architect. It turned out that I started freelancing as an architectural photographer.
I looked around and worked hard. I explored and I sailed. I landed somewhere else and indulged for a while. Then I eventually got lost and it took me a while to find my way back home.
"So you walk on through the dark. Cause that's where the next morning is."
The project focuses on the aesthetics of urban areas in rapid transition. Construction and building activities frantically (re)define a scattered mutating cityscape from small plots to entire districts.
The resulting tension of such a tight (time)line between past and future – where the present is not part of the picture, although it’s the only tangible grip available, creates a thrilling funambulist suspension of our relationship with the urban environment.
Where everything flows, just as the aphorism of the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus.