What about the teaching, do you enjoy it?
This is just the beginning but yes, it's rewarding. I have complete freedom of expression. In addition, we have access to material, which is not something you can brag about especially when you do photography. I am able to produce things like prints with school support.
Who is your inspiration photography?
Nick Knight who was, in my opinion, a forerunner. I also enjoy the work of Mark Peckmezian and Harley Weir.
Tell me a bit about your trip, did you go to Pompeii?
Yes, at the moment I am working on a pillar series. In fact, I went to Naples where I lived next to a prison. It was not convenient. As you could see, I take a lot of photography about this specific theme because it represents an architectural and cultural element that you find in the East and also in the West. My idea was to make a series where you do not have a geographical index of where I was.
How long did it take you to produce this series?
One afternoon, I ran everywhere!
Does every moment that you live, you envision it as a potential photograph?
It all depends, based on my emotions. There are topics that will affect me more than others.
I suspect that it can become sickly, this constant need to capture every single thing you have an interest.
Of course, it becomes so especially when I find myself facing something that I admire.
So if the timing is not ideal, it does not matter, you stop and in your subconscious, you have to make this picture.
Clearly. However, to be specific, on the series I made in Pompeii, I usually take a hundred photos before choosing the right one, there are many parameters to take into consideration as the angle of the camera and, it is necessary to have a great lighting set up.