I’ve been on the move since my family left my hometown, Perugia, back when I was 4. You know what they say: rolling stones don’t gather moss. My family kept moving, from the green rolling hills of Umbria, the coast of Abruzzo in southern Italy, to the city of Padova, just south of the Alps and this close to Venice. I have beautiful memories of growing up in Italy and can still recount many of them in vivid detail, the same way in which photographs can. My father always had a camera and did an incredible job at documenting our family adventures. He taught me the importance of storytelling. Thanks to him putting a camera in my hands and at early age, I’ve been taking photos for nearly my entire life. In 2001 there was another big move, but this time I went alone. I took a one way flight to the USA, I become a successful wedding photographer and that’s what I’ve been doing ever since. When Amanda and I decided to move to Italy it was like my life came full circle. Now I am a wedding photographer in Italy and photograph couples that share the same love we have for Italy, its amazing food, exploring its art and history, and the joy it brings when you share those experiences with family and friends.
When I’m not taking photos you can find me fixing up the farm equipment we use around here, cooking for anybody that’s in the house (following my grandma’s recipes of course) and tinkering around with guitars, tubes, speakers and amplifiers in the never ending quest for the “perfect tone