Nowadays, where everything looks boringly the same and without personality, it's not easy to stand out in the crowd and have your own voice. Deciding to go against the tide and finding your own language can be scary and seem complicated. But, it's actually easier than you think.
My personal vision of the world allows me to re-tell the story of everyday objects, which often go unnoticed, helping the viewer to grasp hidden details and meanings. In this process of exploration, I encourage the subject to extend its beauty beyond its confines.
Imagine a set of elements that coexist harmoniously. Color, form, line, shape, space and texture interact organically with each other, giving life to a flowing movement that directs the viewer's attention towards what is most important to you. A subtle balance, always in tension between the use of strict rules and pure intuition that evokes a timeless feeling that escapes from the obvious.
The poet Elizabeth Bishop said that "We live in a huge, noisy and glittering world and now we are addicted to the gigantic".
Photography is meditation for me, in which I empty my mind and everything finds a new order. A minimal still life technique allows me to balance all this chaos, creating silent images that are stripped of the superfluous. Small works of art that speak of intimate and discreet details that we can only discover when we listen.
Perfection is not the key, looking instead for that fleeting moment when everything is aligned makes the difference. An unusual attitude that causes the viewer to slow down and get lost in observing, in order to take something away with her/him.
Each object is unique and has its own energy and I reveal it with the help of natural light.
Working with natural light is a slow and certainly not pragmatic process. It requires total commitment to constant changes and is an endless source of inspiration.