Photography is my way to feel and capture life
Being a twenty-something in the 21st century means do a lot of stuff at the same time, stay connected 24 hours a day and be targeted by all kinds of information. This contemporary rhythm is quite natural for my generation, but it also make us distracted about details that happens around us. We have developed a sort of collective ADHD.
Looking at the world through the lenses I’ve learned how to give full attention on what’s in front my eyes. Clicking allows me to register everything I consider special. The act of photograph gives me the chance to stop everything and live the present moment. It gives me the opportunity to feel and capture life around and inside me.
““The photo is the hunt, it’s the instinct of hunting without the desire to kill. It’s the hunt of angels. You trail, you aim, you fire and — clic! — instead of a dead man, you make him everlasting.”” – Chris Marker
“Photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson
“Photography is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” — Alfred Stieglitz
“The ultimate role of photography as a contemporary language of visual communication consists of its capacity to slow down our fast and chaotic way of reading images.” – Luigi Ghirri