It comes from the need to communicate through the captured images, the birth of emotions.
A sentimental person is simply the one who wants to have the pleasure of an emotion without paying for it.
How did you get into the wedding industry?
I entered this world a little for fun, but above all to carry my passion for cinema and apply it in the marriage sector.
Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?
Certainly the most beautiful and exciting experiences I had when I made weddings in other countries.
For example, I had the pleasure of telling many love stories in the United States, there I really had many emotions, including personal ones.
What equipment do you use?
I have supplied;
24 GM 1.4 Sony
85 GM 1.4 Sony
55 Zeiss 1.8 Sony
What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?
Surely the part I love most to tell about my events is the party.
As a lover of Paolo Sorrentino's films, I try to recreate the same atmospheres through music and lights, in a moment where people give free rein to all their emotions.
As a good Italian I love all the books of one of our writers, Nicolò Ammaniti.
" Il miglior modo per imparare a fare un film è farne uno.”
Any advice for Brides and Grooms?
Always be themselves, look for those who can immortalize their emotions in the most important day of their life.
Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?
Having your own personality I think is the most important thing.
What were your early influences? Any photographers you looked up to or you still look up to today?
Am a lover of cinema.
I love directors, those who always have something to say.
But I admired and even today I really appreciate are Paolo Sorrentino and Gabriele Muccino.
How do you prepare yourself before a wedding?
I listen to a lot of music.
My personal playlist projects me towards the things I would like to accomplish shortly thereafter.
How long have you been a photographer?
I am about 17 years old.
Can you describe your style of your photography?
I have a very personal style.
I am always looking for a job to get intimate with the couple in front of me.
I try to feel and then transmit with the images that I am going to realize their deepest intimacy as a couple.
Where do you find ideas for your work?
Always from the cinema.
I see movies, many movies.
What’s the most memorable wedding you’ve shot?
The one made by me and my team in New York.
How has IGHA helped and supported your business?
I believe so much.
Having the chance to be in such a large and important community of professionals has given me a lot of prestige.
What advice can you give to new wedding photographers about their pricing structures?
To assert their work.
I believe this is priceless.
Within the wedding industry, who else captivates and interests you?
I am fascinated by many colleagues both photographers such as Nando Spiezia, and as videomaker such as Fabio Stanzione.
Where do you see wedding photography heading in the next few years?
I believe projected towards many new ideas.
Because the important thing is to have ideas.
They are the ones that make the world move.
Other than photography, what are your other passions or hobbies?
I love cinema, very much.
I listen to a lot of music of any genre, and I love playing drums.