I was born in Milan in 1979. I have worked for almost 10 years for a leading retail company, becoming the commercial manager of the e-commerce department. I mostly enjoyed the teamwork in a goal oriented environment and I loved dealing with clients, suppliers and buyers. In 2010, I have decided to turn my innate passion for photography into a profession, starting a photography business. Since then I have published on some of the major international publications including The Guardian, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, National Geographic, Time.com, Corriere della Sera, ilSole24ore, Spiegel, DeMorgen, Le Nouvel Observateur, Wired, Amnesty International, Penguin Books, British Airways magazine, QuiTouring, and Editorial Gustavo Gili, just to name a few.
My corporate clients include Italian Embassy in London, EXPO Milan 2015, GDF-Suez, Berenberg Bank, etc…
What I do
Events: Professional and unobtrusive, I capture the atmosphere of the event with striking documentary pictures of the guests enjoying the event, interacting and networking, key speakers on stage, the venue’s architecture and details, the sponsors and the entertainment. I can cover formal dinners, drinks receptions and galas, awards ceremonies, corporate functions and team buildings. I work with Nikon cameras with great low-light performance and a professional camera flash for people portraits. Whether you need to capture natural interactions as they emerge or to set-up more elaborate shots, I am always happy to find the right images for you. For those clients who need a fast turnaround of the pictures, I use one the leading photographic provider for quickly sharing and downloading images.
Corporate Headshots: Whether your are designing your new website or you need to promote your company, I will help creating the right image for you. I am comfortable to work with CEOs and managers as with other staff members. I am friendly and I know how to put people at ease. I can provide you with professionally looking profile headshots for your team, in colour or in black-and-white, with a formal or informal look, all depending on your needs. A headshot session usually involves to recreate a small photographic studio within your office, with a few lights and a nice background. If what you want is to get a stronger editorial look, then you might prefer a portrait that shows a little bit more of the environment where someone works. This usually involves lighter equipment and is the ideal solution for press releases, images for PR and profile features.
Industrial Photography : architecture and production processes shots to promote your business.
Food: restaurant and hotel interior shots, chefs, dishes, culinary tastings and food events.
Photo research: royalty-free and rights-managed picture research for your external and internal communication.
Post production: editing in Photoshop and Lightroom, advanced photo retouch and color management.
Communication: design of brochures, flyers, magazine Ads and digital layouts with InDesign.