He has always been engaged in photographing places and landscape and has done several photographic essay including:
‘Gente di sponda’, on the lives of the fisherman of the Bolsena Lake, (photographies magazine 1996) ‘Scopri il verde che è in te’ with Tuscia University – Botanic Garden in Viterbo, a research between youth and nature.This book (published in 2001) won the Orvieto Fotografia award for landscape pictures for book published in that year.Some pictures of “Scopri il verde che è in te “are in the photographic archives of the ‘Bibliothèque Nationale de France’ in Paris.’Soca-Isonzo’, nel 2002, for Consorzio Culturale Monfalconese (Gorizia) a photographic landscape project around Isonzo river.This research has been shown and published in Prato nel 2003 for Archivio Fotografico Toscano.Vegnerà un cristo? nel 2003. Photographic workshop for theatrical opera for ‘Teatro di Roma’. In this work he is the assisten of Maurizio Buscarino.Actually he is engaged in a landscape documentary project in Abruzzo in particular for the Comunità Montana della Maielletta, it is a start for a photographic archive for the new Centro di Documentazione del Territorio.

For several years he has had an interest in photobooks and has formed a specialized collection. He has published a book ‘Un libro per fotografi’, a series of interviews with some of the most important italian photographers (Berengo Gardin Biasucci, Castella, Chiaramonte, Guidi, Jodice, Lorusso, Mariniello, Salbitani) on their relation whit the photobook.
Some photo of him are part of permanent and private collections of following art museums including: Bibliothèque Nationale de France di Parigi; CRAF Centro di Ricerca e Archiviazione di Spilimbergo; Archivio Prima Luce collection Roberto Salbitani.
He gave lectures about photobook for Associations, Photographic schools and University. The Lectures concerns the photobook in every way,  about its history, technical aspects as well as to analyse the most important photobook already published.

His work has been presented in several publications and magazines, principaly in Italy.


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