I grew up in a beautiful Italian town, with the sea right in front of me. Winters below +5°C are considered harsh and good food is topic of a serious debate. After graduation, I traveled across the globe and lived in Australia as well as the UK.
My camera was a constant companion throughout my journeys. But it wasn’t until my late 20’s that I realized how important photography was for me. With the strong belief that it’s never too late to pursue a life you love, I decided to study commercial photography and become a full-time photographer.
My current work focuses on food, lifestyle and travel photography. Some of my photos have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Lonely Planet, Journal de Montréal, Dinette, Versus, Le Must, Photo Life, Photo Solution, Creative and Quarterly and more. I’m a regular contributor for Good Food, Lufa Farms and Stock Food. In my spare time, I teach photography courses at Dawson College, hold private workshops on food photography at The Illuminated Table and I’m a second shooter at weddings for the talented Lisa Renault.
Right now, I call Montreal my current home. However, I keep looking for opportunities to practice photography wherever I can in the world.