To contribute to the PhotoVogue collection at Art + Commerce, you must first submit your photograph(s) through Vogue Italia's PhotoVogue website. If Vogue Italia selects any of your photographs for your PhotoVogue profile, you will be invited by Art + Commerce to submit the selected image(s) here.

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What interested you about becoming a photographer?
– My interest in becoming a photographer started when I was very young and I still took pictures on film. I always wanted more from my photos and usually had the tendency in taking arranged shots of my friends. Later on I got my first digital camera and since then am trying to perfect my technique.

Where do you find inspiration to make your photographs?
– My inspiration comes from people and their personality. My images contain distorted ideas that I have on different parts of my own life. Sometimes inspiration comes from small random things that others maybe donít even notice.

What do you most like to photograph?
– I photograph beautiful things, people. Sometimes beauty for me isnít in the perfect person, itís in a childís eyes or in the wrinkles of an old man. My pictures contain mostly women because for me the female body is the definition of beauty and power.

Who are your favorite photographers?
– My favorite photographers and some of my inspirations are Jean Saudek, Julia Margret Cameron, Diane Arbus, David LaChapelle, Terry Richardson, Emma Summerton and many others. I study mostly the photographers that collaborate with Vogue and other famous magazines.