Are you vegetarian/would you like to be vegetarian?
No I’m not, but I respect people who make this choice.
Did you study photography in school?
No, and going back I wouldn’t choose to do it.
I like studying photography for my own pleasure, and never feeling obliged to do it.
This way of learning works much better for me.
A picture that you would love to take.
I usually don’t plan or design my pictures.
Hence the next picture I’m taking, is the one I would love to take.
Do you sell your prints online? Why?
I don’t. Probably I’m not self confident enough to propose my work.
Have you ever attended photographic workshops?
Never. Usually it looks like they give you a recipe to take a nice shot, but not how to make your own.
However I’m ready to change my mind if I find an interesting workshop.
Do you like looking at your old pictures?
Most of the times I do like it, but I don’t do it so often.
Do you have prints of your works hung on your walls?
No I don’t. Not even on my laptop desktop, I don’t like to see my pictures all the time.
What social networks are you using? Are they working for your career?
Mostly Tumblr, then Facebook. I’m a student, I don’t have a career.. and I don’t know if I want photography to become my full time job.
Anyway if people ask me for some work, it’s certainly due to social networks.
Do you believe in horoscopes?
They are funny to read, but I don’t believe in them.
A picture that is very important for you.
A man having lunch in a fancy bar in Milano. His huge dog was staring at him while eating. For the first time in my life I felt the real desire to take a picture, it was september 2011.
Your comfy food.
Pasta, pasta, pasta. (good) mozzarella too.
Are you currently planning any trip?
Normandy coast, let’s see if I can make it.
The photographer you would like to spend time working with.
Alec Soth or Francesco Jodice.
What is the best photographic book you have seen and why.
Kodachrome by Luigi Ghirri, it made me think of the beauty of simplicity.