I grew up in a beautiful Italian seaside town where winters below +5°C are considered very 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.
It was in Canada that 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 clients and publications include the Wall Street Journal, Dinette, Lonely Planet, SAQ, Good Food, Lufa Farms, 91 Magazine, TimeOut Magazine, Santa Margherita Wines, Photo Life, Creative and Quarterly, Nuun, and more. I’m a regular contributor at Stock Food and an ongoing collaborator for restaurants as well as local food based companies in Montreal and Canada. In my spare time, I teach photography courses at Dawson College, hold private workshops on food photography and help small businesses to set up their spaces for content creation.
Right now, I call Montreal my current home and I’m available worldwide.