Curator Selection / 2023 / /


Between the provinces of Naples and Caserta, on a stretch of 27 km, the Catholic and voluntary associations of the area try to help migrants and are committed to fighting the crime that acts on prostitution, although it looks impossible to stop the racket.
The presence of these associations is made visible with impressive religious statues and votive installations. In contrast, the presence of prostitution.
Sacred and profane, good and evil, freedom and slavery.

I was born in Naples in '74, where I studied engineering and first became interested in photography, eventually becoming a self-taught professional photographer. I currently work as a photojournalist and corporate photographer, and I am also a professor of photography at IED (European Design Institute) in Milan and PHOTO OFFICINE Milan.

After completing my studies for a Master in Photojournalism (for which I was awarded a scholarship with merit) and a Master in Photoediting and Iconographic Research, I began working as a photojournalist, producing reports for news agencies, portraits and news services, as well as carrying out work on commission for publishing houses and personal photography projects.

I am well known to the public for my street photography and news services, and am actively involved with national and international publishers and international brand leaders in the urban style sector, designing and developing images for social adv and brand communications.
I am a member of AFIP International and Hasselblad Ambassador