Since I was a child, I have always lived photography from behind the camera and never as a protagonist, because it bothered me to photograph me.

For many years I took amateur photos, but in a difficult period I discovered that taking pictures in the tranquility of the night, when the world was asleep, gave me peace and serenity; since then photography has become my Sanctum where I can take refuge, my Oasis in the desert where I can regenerate myself.

I love photography in all its forms, especially colored photos, straight lines, specular geometries and reflections, but in particular the long night and daytime exposures.

Choose framing, settings, shoot and wait for time to sculpt the shapes inside the sensor is a ritual that fills me with joy repaying every time I see the image appear for the first time.