Are you vegetarian/would you like to be vegetarian?
I’m not vegetarian, though I don’t go crazy about meat. But I’m ok in this way.
Did you study photography in school?
Yes, I attended a professional two-years-course at Istituto Italiano di Fotografia in Milan.
A picture that you would love to take.
A portrait of a dear friend.
Do you sell your prints online? Why?
I don’t sell my prints online, I don’t know why, I hope I’ll do it soon.
Have you ever attended photographic workshops?
I attended a basic workshop in my hometown, at the beginning. Two years ago I attended a workshop with Donna Ferrato in New York.
Do you like looking at your old pictures?
Yes, sometimes. It’s a way to remember who I was back then, and who I am now.
Do you have prints of your works hung on your walls?
Yes I do. It’s nice to have your own gallery at home.
What social networks are you using? Are they working for your career?
Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin. Through them you can keep yourself up-to-date on what’s happening around you. Anyway I think you can’t only rely on social networks to make up your career.
Do you believe in horoscopes?
Sometimes, but I’m not addicted to them.
A picture that is very important for you.
A black and white portrait of my mother and me. (http://giulialaddago.tumblr.com/post/41790007579/family-portrait)
Your comfy food.
Any kind of sweet.
Are you currently planning any trip?
I’d love to travel around France and the Netherlands by car.
The photographer you would like to spend time working with.
Sarah Moon, or Massimo Vitali.
What is the best photographic book you have seen and why.
It was the summer before I left my hometown to move to Milan, and I was in Beijing with my parents. We were visiting the 798 Art Zone, and I saw this book by Rong Rong & Inri, a couple of chinese artists, that really fascinated me. It was so simple and well-done, all self-portraits in black and white. I didn’t buy it, and I’m still regretting I didn’t.