I was born in Venice in 1961 into a photographic film world. My father’s deep passion for photography was both fascinating and infectious, and as a 7-year-old I got my first camera: a Kodak Retinette 1A.
As an endlessly curious world wanderer and travel/documentary photographer, my main interest lies in capturing people and landscapes. I have applied the experience of travel photography to the process of portraiture and to the challenge of capturing spontaneous action in live performance.
My range of subjects is broad and the overarching goal is always the same — to capture the human element, to immortalize a moment in time reflective of life’s nuances, mystery and beauty. Although the ’68 Kodak Retinette 1A still works, my equipment of choice today is a Leica M Rangefinder film and digital camera.