Summer breeze on the skin, the National Geographic Private Collection backpack, and the true essence of Tuscany to discover.
Surrounded by uncontaminated nature, in fields of gold and wildflowers…
My photographic journey starts as always with a slow and quiet exploration, to become one with nature, to make sure that everything remains exactly as it is.
I like to think that my photography is a journey through the world and through myself.
I admire how Tabucchi says: «A place is never just “that” place: that place is also us, to a certain extent. We had been carrying it within us, somehow, without knowing it – until one day, by chance, we happened to get there.»
With my recent move to Tuscany, a place of ancient traditions and breathtaking landscapes, I am learning to find myself in its nuances.
I like to think that when I take a photograph, I’m choosing a fragment of the world that somehow already belongs to me.
Our world is too fast, and very often, too noisy.
Through my photographs I try to represent an oasis of calm, delicacy and silence in which everyone can easily communicate with themselves.
The National Geographic Private Collection has been an irreplaceable travel companion in terms of holding my equipment due to its unique style and exceptional space and a really important factor for me was the ease of use as everything was at hand, even when the backpack was on my shoulders.