Are you vegetarian/would you like to be vegetarian?
I love too much the stew cooked by my mother. I could never become a vegetarian just for that.
Did you study photography in school?
No, I”m studying Foreign Languages and Literatures in Milan.
A picture that you would love to take.
I would really love to take a lot of pictures but I think too much and I act a little. However, I would like to learn how to photograph strangers without dying of shame.
Do you sell your prints online? Why?
No I don’t, I’m not interested in it.
Have you ever attended photographic workshops?
Only once, TPW.. but as a model!
Do you like looking at your old pictures?
Yes, I’m a real nostalgic.
Do you have prints of your works hung on your walls?
Yes, I have two: one of a magic place in Iceland and one of my boyfriend at the river, both taken last summer.
What social networks are you using? Are they working for your career?
I use a lot FB, Tumblr, sometimes Twitter too.. but I tend to public my pictures especially on my Tumblr’s blog.
I’m not a photographer, I’ve started to take pictures for myself and I would stay “true”; there’s a big difference between a “real” photographer and someone with a camera and a internet connection. I don’t want to be someone who pretends to be a photographer at all costs (and there are many around!).
I just want to take pictures.
Do you believe in horoscopes?
No, not at all.
A picture that is very important for you.
Any picture with me and my father.
Your comfy food.
French fries with a lot of salt.
Are you currently planning any trip?
I would love to take a trip in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro.
The photographer you would like to spend time working with.
I don’t think at one photographer in particular, but lately I’ve really enjoyed Lukasz Wierzbowski’s pictures.
What is the best photographic book you have seen and why.
“The new gypsies” by Iain McKell. I think gypsies are interesting and even perfect subjects – I have always loved and always will love them.