During my travels I have described the places and the societies that I have visited through my photographs: faces, natural and urban landscapes. With my computer hardware sculptures and installations I investigated the relationships between humans and machines instead. Today my intents are mostly focused on fine art projects like “mani”” (hands), in which I try to analyze the differences between entity and identity, “mental States” a series of self-portraits taken in the houses in which I lived in New York and “here, now” a series about portraits of artists in New York. My artwork is born from a need to break up the details of what I perceive as reality and reassemble them, in my own vision. I published for Rolling Stone, SportWeek, D – Repubblica, Get Lost Magazine, RockIt, My Tech, Endurista and others. I currently live in New York.