I am an emotion photographer, an artist, an entertainer and educator based in Germany. Since 1989 I have been passionate about capturing the world around me. And since 2011 I have been making a living with my passion, refining my skills and vision ever since.
Numerous images of mine were published on academic, art performances and art journal publications, as well as various exhibitions such as the "Pflegeheim Project" (2017-2018), "House in Park" (2017-2018), "Be Litz" (2013), "Santa Cruz Boardwalk" (2014), "Jimmy" (2014), "Paper dress" (2018) and the ongoing "Family Project" (2014-). The latter is part of continuous cooperation with artists worldwide in assignments such as the "Postcard Project" (2015), "Green Garbage" (2017) and "Pink Gorilla" (2017).
My passion is the maternal and paternal connection, the emotional link. Patience and time are the at the core of emotion photography: it is key to understand the dynamics of every single family member and to let the children be aquatinted to your presence.
I guess growing up in an Italian environment makes me treasure every single relative: the bridges that unite and the walls that divide. It is vital to see the picture in its entirety: it shows us the most beautiful flaws that glue a family together.
I work together with national and international companies by giving shows, photowalks and workshops, educating my peers on groundbreaking photo tools I myself use. I have presented at Fotoerhardt in Westerkappeln, Umweltfotofestival in Zingst Salon der la Photo in Paris, Photo Plus in New York and WPPI in Las Vegas.
Being a third generation Canon user I have fully converted to Olympus in 2013. I exclusively use the EM1 MKII and EM5 MKII for assignments and clients. When I travel I prefer my trustworthy PEN-F: a pro camera disguised as a tiny analog camera. Lenses I never leave home without are the 17mm 1.8, 25mm 1.8, 75mm 1.8, 12-45mm 2.8, 7-14mm 2.8 and the 300mm.
I offer a variety of private workshops to either groups (for companies and schools) or private 1 on 1 sessions. Feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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