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Since I can remember, I’ve always been attracted to Art and tried to express myself artistically. Growing up in Italy in a Military family where everyone excelled in everything besides Art was challenging. Still, I found a way to express myself in school, where my favorite academic subjects were Art and Music (where I always excelled).

I discovered my love for photography at a very early age taking pictures with my father’s camera. My father initially supported me until I became serious with it, and this is when he made me stop.

My decision to apply to an Art institute was quickly killed as well by my father (because of his narrow view of life), and he pushed me to find a more profitable career path.

The only thing I enjoyed (artistically enough) was cooking. So, I joined a culinary school and became a chef. The best part of being a chef was that it allowed me to work and travel worldwide.

My life after leaving Italy became very diverse, in the form of lifestyle, languages, and artistic point of view. Depending on where I was living, or the free time I had on hand, I experimented with different forms of art, from painting to pottery and from jewelry design to jewelry making. However, photography was always along the way in the form of travel, wildlife, or portraiture. to capture the exotic beauty of this amazing places.

After joining the NY Institute of Photography (from home in the Philippines), I started to experiment with Fashion and Boudoir photography. After moving back to Germany, an artist and photographer friend of mine saw my pictures and pushed me to move in a more professional direction. I was intrigued by that thought, but I did not see it happening. Likely, another friend of mine came to visit me with his friend that, at that time, was a fitness model. This model told me that he was never happy with the photoshoots he had done in the past and that he was looking for a fitness photographer. I offered him a photoshoot for fun, which he loved, and posted my pictures on his Instagram where I got discovered by many fitness models or those who want to be one from all over Europe. And here is when it all started.

After a short time, I opened a photo studio and refocused my attention on the human form in a professional manner, making a living out of it.



Tell us more about yourself and your art journey!

What is something you had to put off because of the pandemic that you have recently done or is on your list to do soon?  After moving to the US, and a period of trying to figure out what to do, I decided to open a photo studio/ gallery in Orlando. Things were moving very slowly to get started, and in the end, I was happy it did, because the Covid pandemic hit, and I would have lost a lot of money. So, I ended my career and began to enjoy an early retirement. Until I moved to Wilton Manors where I decided to continue pursuing my photographer carrier using my content and experimenting with different types of processes elaborate and show my pictures.

What does your art future hold for you? In the future, I am open to photographing again trying to show the beauty that is in each and every one-off us and hope one day to be remembered for my photographs.

Artists are aways bombarded by how great it is to pursue their passion etc., but we know from a lot of people that it is not always that easy. Overall, would you say things have gotten better for you as an artist in South Florida? Life as an Artist isn’t easy and I’m kind of happy that my father did what he did because it brought me here. Without big troubles. Since I moved to Wilton Manors, I entered in an amazing community opening a whole new world of possibilities. So, my answer is definitely, YES!

As you know I am impressed with your work, tell our readers more for example. What are you most proud of, and what sets you apart from others? There are many amazing photographers around the world. Photography is about light. I try to find my way with light to embrace the beauty of the human form in a minimalistic way. I’m actually proud of every single picture I show, or I would not show it. But my favorite series is “G’s Window” (Giancarlo’s Window), because using only the natural light of a little window in a attic, I was able to elevate the bodies of my models in a mystic way.



How do you keep motivated: I know most of my models have perfect bodies and faces, but I see beauty in everyone and everything, and finding the beauty keeps me going.

Name a famous artist that inspires you and one not yet famous artist  you would like the readers to know about. I have always been attracted to Michelangelo’s work from whom most of my inspiration came at the beginning. There are many unknown Artist and Photographers I admire. But the photographer I admire most at present days is David Vance from Miami. (I really love his work).

Is there a current or upcoming show or exhibit you want to let people know about? At this moment I’m taking part of multi artists exhibits from Art’s United and Broward Art Guild. I haven’t planned any solo exhibits in the near future, but I hope to change that soon.

What inspires you to be an artist and what inspiration can you pass on to others? I think art was always in me. Anything can trigger something to create something. But feelings, I would say are my strongest trigger. Look precisely at the world around, and you will find something that will inspire you.

How are you giving back to your community? I am still new to the Wilton Manors community and still exploring different ways to give back. Currently, I am a member of Arts United and Broward Art Gilt, supporting, helping out and participating in events. I hope to be able to do more soon.

Is there anyone in particular you would like to mention, mentors, etc.? I would like to thank my Friend and Artist Christina Dall’ Ozzo who pushed me to do something with my photography, Walter McBride who introduced me to the Arts community in Wilton Manors, Dennis Dean for making my first big exhibit possible.

Let’s end with a fun fact about you. After living in many amazing places in different countries around the world, I found the place that I can call home in a tiny town in Florida “Wilton Manors”, that I love.

Anything else you would like to include? I would like to thank you “Tedd Davis” for your support in the art community, and for this great opportunity.



The works featured here are available for purchase directly through the Artist. The Artist makes 100% of the profit of the sale of the artwork, so this is a great time to support them, while enhancing your art collection. The artist will directly pack and ship the product to you.
All works are original and signed by the artist!

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