‘Bosco’ is a quiet study of the woods near my home in the north of Italy. I take a 2-meter panel with me to isolate elements from their background. This is a work-in-progress that I’ve been shooting in the winter months over the past 10 years or so, inspired by Japanese art and the concept of sabi.
These pictures are from a personal project I photographed on a ranch near Medora, North Dakota. The purpose was to show a day in the life of a ranch community and what is involved in raising cattle.
This is a lifestyle shoot showing a couple having a carefree weekend at home. I brought together a great team of HMU, stylist and models and rented the cutest space for this shoot. We wanted to show images that encourage well-being and the importance of slow downing to enjoy life’s simple pleasures. For me there’s no better way to recharge than a day with no agenda. Thanks for looking!
Portrait project documenting the young skateboarders of Brooklyn.
There are 96 high rise buildings in Miami, more than 50% of those is located close to the ocean. Today an afternoon walk down the beach is a constant walk between two rising lines. The region has been called “ground zero” when it comes to sea-level rise. In Miami-Dade county alone, $15 billion to $23 billions of coastal property is at risk of flooding in just the next 15 years.
Pictures of the Carnaval de Binche in Wallonia, Belgium. This Carnaval is protected by UNESCO. On Mardi Gras the “Gilles” appear in the center of Binche, having hats of ostrich feathers and throwing oranges to the crowd.