"I live and work in Italy, in Vasto, a small provincial town. My region, Abruzzo, is the place that started my visual dialogue with the landscape. A six years, I bought my first camera, a Kodak automatic yellow, I thought not knowing I could take away draw with me the secrets of what I saw. The camera has always been my faithful accomplice, a medium surprising that forces me to destroy to create, to look to the soul as well as the eyes. Leads me to look for the chaos to have order. I have always been inspired by the colors and the light of my land, extreme Italian province, and the poetic images of some Italian authors, but also to Italian artists who made light of the pure essence of color. I speak of Ettore Spalletti, Franco Fontana and Luigi Ghirri. I really like the work of women, including love Annie Leibowitz for his eccentric style and visionary and the Dutch artist Ellen Kooi. Every day when I wake up I think about what I’d like to take pictures, everything that I have not seen, and in this vagueness is the beauty of photography."