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What interested you about becoming a photographer?
– For many years I try to reach the technique's perfection, but few years ago I realize that technique is only a tool, and without content it gives you no value added. Primary I take photos to communicate what I feel and how I see the world.

Where do you find inspiration to make your photographs?
– I'm inspired by nature, architectural and city shapes, symmetry, but also music, dance and painting. All of my images started from an emotive contact between what I see and what I photograph.

What do you most like to photograph?
– I usually shot buildings, urbanscape and landscape. Visual communication is the fastest way to comunicate and Photography is part of this language. I'm satisfied when I'm able to reproduce into a photo what I feel before shooting.

Who are your favorite photographers?
– Fulvio Fiorini because he's my mentor, Robert Mapplethorpe for his emotive composition and fine art print, Ansel Adams for technique, Edward Weston for his curiosity, Robert Doisneau for the romanticism, Elliott Erwitt for his breeziness, H.C. Bresson for the momentum, ..