Born in a mountainous corner of Switzerland near the Italian border, I was first drawn to photograph my surroundings while in Bologna, where I graduated with a bachelor degree in Contemporary History. In 2012 I moved to London to attend an MA Photography at the University of Westminster where through the eyes of documentary photographers like Mark Power and Nadav Kander I developed a passion for architecture and urban landscapes.
My photography process is driven by the same inquisitive spirit that pushed me to explore the streets of Bologna, in a constant research of the perfect combination of form, texture and light. My lens is always curious to capture what lies around the next corner.
When working with architects, artists, developers and interior designers, my mission is to allow each client’s vision to stand out. The start of a fruitful collaboration is usually a warm cup of coffee and an open conversation about goals, dreams, success and failures in order to gain a deep understanding of each client’s philosophy. This, along with a meticulous eye for detail and a deep understanding of post-processing techniques, allows me to highlight the attributes that make every project unique.
Along with my colleagues and friends Francesco Russo and Henry Woide I co-founded Mass, a collective of photographers documenting the built environment.