We have had therefore occasion to interview the known photographer:
How did you Start?
Photography for me was always a hobby, since childhood I was always fascinated by the ability to transfer memories to paper. Over time, I realized that not only the memories that can be transferred; but also our feeling and our opinions, that photography is much more than an experience captured as evidence, but it is also a way of appropriate things, including ourselves.
Before being a full-time photographer, I worked for the corporate world, more specifically for the oil sector; which in 2008 went through an acute crisis. That same year, life gave me the opportunity to live in the city of Paris, the city where I pursued my photography studies, obtaining the mention of European Master of Professional Photography at the Speos Institute.
Since then, I have been doing photography as an independent professional (freelance).
I like photography in general, but within its genres I like portraiture, I can say that I consider myself a portrait photographer.
I have lived in different cities (Caracas, New York, Paris, Calgary and now Rome) which has awakened in me a particular interest in cultural exchange and for individuals.
Being able to interact and meet people inside and outside the photo studio, fascinates me.
I think that each person is unique, and as a portrait photographer, I am excited to interpret and decipher people. Capturing their individuality and essence according to what I see and feel is something I really enjoy.
I always fight with barriers; we all have filters and restrictions that protect our privacy and essence. To break down those fences professionally and respectfully is where I focus, being able to cross them, helps me to capture a sincere portrait, a portrait with the essence of the individual.
I´m always looking for the fragility, innocence, rigidity, brightness, honesty and any other type of emotion within the subject character.
My ultimate goal is to capture and project an emotion that goes in line with what I feel and observe according to whom I photograph and the situation that surrounds it.
Be driven by passion, the technical aspect of photography gives you the basics but is the passion is what gives you the satisfaction.
One of the most frequent questions that I get is what kind of camera, light, and lens I use.
There is a tendency to think that the camera and equipment is the key to having a good photo. It also matters the searching for an opportunity, knowing when is the right moment, the approach, the conversations, how do you prepare and plan for shooting, and of course; how you are able to keep your vision during the entire process.
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With a medicine degree he has transferred the photographic experience in the medical field with scientific photography and iridology.
The passion for the color in the photo will take him to the medical field to study the use of the wavelengths of light therapy with the publication of specialized texts in general medicine and anti-aging medicine. It comes the passion for aesthetics in medicine and for the visual arts.
He studied computer graphics and web designer at IED in Rome.
He will take part in courses and digital photography workshops and corresponding publisher O’Reilly and Press Photographer of the GNS PRESS.
The same passion is transmitted to the two daughters, Laura and Jade. The first will graduate in photography at IED and will work with the well-known Roman photographer Giampiero Medori in the still-life, devoting himself to freelance sports photography and weddings and then enter in the staff of post advertising production of EDI (Digital Effects Italian). The second will be dedicated to photography and cinematography.