My main forms of art are photography and mosaic.
I use photography to observe and capture light and shadows. In my work there is a strong sense of spirituality; light and shadows often refer to universal values of Good and Evil, life and death.
I also like to experiment observing the elements that constitute the space that surrounds me, concentrating more on small details. I use film and digital cameras, but also camera-less techniques, to picture shadows, lines, shapes and colours.
I'm originally from Florence, a city surrounded by marble, from the famous “David” of Michelangelo, to the grand walls of the cathedral. Marble has become a source of inspiration, and after my photography degree, I started to work with this stone in the art of mosaics. When I use marble I let this natural qualities lead the way to reveal its raw anatomy.