I grew up in Genova, a beautiful Italian seaside city where winters below 5°C are considered harsh and where good food is topic of a serious debate. Like many people, I felt the world was much bigger than where I was coming from.
After living in Australia and the UK, I landed in Canada, where winters are bone-chillingly harsh. I studied commercial photography and became a full-time photographer. 13 years later, I enrolled in a Master in documentary photography and moved back to the north of Italy.
My current work focuses on food, lifestyle and travel photography. Some of my clients and publications include the Wall Street Journal, Dinette, Saveur, Lonely Planet, 91 Magazine, SAQ, Good Food, Lufa Farms, TimeOut Magazine, Santa Margherita Wines, Photo Life, Creative and Quarterly, Nuun, and more. In my spare time, I teach college-level photography classes, hold private workshops on food photography and help businesses set up their spaces for content creation.