I am a globe lover, having an Italian heart with a multicultural mind. Milan is my HQ, although I have different Hubs from where to explore the Middle East and not only.

_ I have extensively worked in several fields of photojournalism – society, travel, fashion, sport and advertisement – but social themes are my main focus.
_My photography and journalism works have taken me all over the world (China, Vietnam, North Korea, India, Middle East, Africa, United States,South America, Europe …) and my pictures have appeared in numerous printed and online magazines in several countries, including Italy, Switzerland, Great Britain, France, Belgium and Egypt.
_ I spent most of my professional life in Milan, Brussels, Cairo – where I published the book Egypt Unexpected – Paris, Singapore and Dubai.
_ Following my long experience in Egypt, my interest for the Arab culture and issues has grown. In 2011, I launched – along with other colleagues – the online magazine FocusMéditerranée, a place of dialogue between the two sides of the Mediterranean: Europe and North Africa.

I graduated in Political Science (University of Milan) and in Photography (Istituto Europeo Design Milano). I attended a master training course on Reporting in crisis zones at Tor Vergata University in Rome.

The World is a book and those who don’t travel read only one page. 

– Saint Augustine