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Where are you from and where do you live now?
I am Italian (from Imola, near Bologna). In 2001 and 2002 I lived and worked in Florida, Walt Disney World. I then lived 10 years in NYC, 1 1/2 years in Berlin and I am now in Munich, Germany.
How would you describe your photographic style?
I love clean lines (the Berlin U-Bahn is an example), geometry, colors mixed together in a stylish way. Basically whatever catches my eye on the streets (and off the streets).
What’s on top of your bucket list (as an artist or just as a person)?
Artistically, I would like to keep photographing the German U-Bahn stations. I am now posting my third city and the fourth is coming up over the summer. I would love to move on then to other European cities (or even far beyond Europe). As a person, I am honestly just trying to be happy, find a peaceful situation in life and be able to express my creativity.
Analog or digital?
Digital. I use mostly my iPhone 6 - soon iPhone 8.
New York or remote mountain hut?
Well, I do LOVE NYC but after living in the city for over 10 years, I am happy now to choose the mountain hut.
Becks or Merlot?
That’s difficult. Most nights I prefer a beer over wine.
And a little Proust: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
My idea of perfect happiness changed drastically over the years. Now I am literally dreaming of a little house in the mountains, a family and the possibility to be creative every single day.
Which living person do you most admire?
Recently, I have to say, I was profoundly impressed by Nico Rosberg. After winning the F1 World Championship he decided to end his career and be a family man. Lots of people said that it was an easy choice, but I do not think so. I really admire him for finding and following what he wanted in life.
What do you consider the most overrated virtue?
I thought about this one for a while. I believe that for every virtue, there are so many faces and so many uses that I find it difficult (impossible) to pinpoint one (at least right this moment).
What or who is the greatest love of your life?
For "who", I will have to go with my fiancé :) The "what" used to be music for the past 40 years. Now the greatest love of my life is life itself and all the moments I can spend with all the people I care about or doing what I love most (too philosophical, I know).
If you were to die and come back as a person or a thing, what would it be?
I think I would love to come back as a house cat. In fact, I already act like one sometimes.
The world needs more…
peace & love - honestly, that is all that's needed.
I’ve changed my mind about…
work! Working your ass off is not what we came to life for. We are supposed to have time for ourselves, have time for family. I believe in PART-TIME now.