Magazines and features:
LeMonde ( Le Gout du Monde – Genova 2024 )
Broad Magazine ( Reppink’s Selects Issue 2023 )
Spotz NY ( PIX023 – 2022 )
Broad Magazine ( Ordinary Pleasure 2022 )
Booooooom ( Hindsight, 2021 )
Ain’t Bad ( 2020 )
I.P.F independent photo festival Melbourne ( 2016 )
Ignant ( 2016 )
Nailed Magazine ( 2016 )
Art Special Day ( 2015 )
Salad Days ( 2015 )
The Ones We Love Vol.1 ( 2015 )
Booooooom ( 2014 )
Pizza Digitale ( 2013 )
The Ones We Love Vol.1 – 2015, group show at Viaduct Gallery in Des Moines – Iowa U.S.A / Atelier de Koekkoek in Vienna / Kuenstler Gallery in Brisbane
Bloom Publishing “35ppm” – 2015, group show at Tinning Street Gallery in Melbourne
Photography came into my life during my high school years, while I was immersed in other passions and thought I had no room for anything else. I accidentally started capturing what I was doing with a Yashica T4 roll camera that I was secretly borrowing from my father. At the time, I did not know that that black box would become so important to me.
Although digital photography was already very popular when I finished school, I fell in love with analogue and all the nuances that this type of photography can offer. I started collecting free copies of VICE and issues of PIG, and this helped me understand the kind of aesthetic I preferred and the direction I wanted to take.
Taking pictures has allowed me to expand a great curiosity in observing places and people by paying attention to their interpersonal relationships and to details that seemingly differentiate us from each other but which in the end perhaps confirm how profoundly we are all the same, fragile and vulnerable, bound to habits vices and objects with which we replace our lives and our homes, but above all, it made me realise how frightened I am of the passing of time, of memory loss and growing old, and especially of losing the people I love, so much so that I want to freeze certain moments to try not to let them fade away.