I am a freelance photographer based in London. I have more than ten years of experience. During this time I have achieved skills and learnt different styles of photography like theatre, product, event photography and photojournalism.


When I work as a photojournalist I love to make journalism more impactful by using images to increase culture and knowledge and give a voice to those excluded.
I love to create a safe space experience during interviews or photojournalistic reportage and catch the right image at the same time.
I am used to collaborating with editors to deliver the images following the team's requests.

As a product photographer, I have developed skills and experience with lighting set-ups/equipment and studio environment, as well as the ability to photograph using both natural and studio lighting. I have the ability to follow a brand style and adapt my style to the client's needs. 
I am naturally detail-orientated and I have increased this skill during my work experience especially working with jewels, works of art and luxury goods. 


I am currently working as a freelance photographer for several theatres and theatre companies in London. 
In 2022 I have worked as a product photographer for Bonhams an auction house based in Knightsbridge. 
During the pandemic I worked in Hatton Garden for The Luxury Hut, a jewellery company that buy and sell watches and luxury goods. I was the photographer and the visual content creator.

I have collaborated with other newspapers and magazines in Italy increasing my photojournalistic skills, among La Repubblica, La Stampa, Mediaset, Rai Emilia Romagna, La Nuova Ferrara, Il Tirreno, Il Resto del Carlino, estense.com. 
I worked with creative, media and ad agencies for more than two years. With agencies my responsibilities changed every day, I really enjoyed that kind of challenge. I have shot for any kind of commercial purpose developing a good experience with still life photography, food photography, commercial and product, and lifestyle photos. 

Something more

In 2018 I did my first exhibition called Senza Sipario (No Curtain). The exhibition - presented during Festival of Internazionale, under the Patronage of the Municipality of Ferrara. Senza Sipario shows how theatre can arrive in the darkest suburbs, with its inclusion power it gives hope and a chance to speak to everyone. 
In 2020 in London I have presented my second exhibition: “Roma, how to destroy a community” in partnership with Photo Scratch. Unfortunately due to the pandemic, the event has been online collecting more than 300 views in three days. 
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