After Master Gianni Berengo Gardin rewarded me in a photo contest , I began to write the story of Paranoid , where some puns, accompany my shots. The title comes from the need to tell some of my thoughts on photography today, thinking it clicks poorer than yesterday, which could not be post-produced, was of poor quality and mostly used by amateur photographers for its portability and performance immediate, or the instant Polaroid. Paranoid tries to be the testimony experimental movement inhibits any mask, the soul goes out without permission.
My picture is on permanent display at the Palazzo ex Crociferi in Venice , as a finalist in a national contest of photography. I posted photos on the site of Vogue Italy , a picture of the director Waida in The Guardian , a portrait of the director Paolo Sorrentino on NY Times and other publications less important . I'm a photographer, cinematographer and maybe artist but i'm mostly a paranoiac dreamer.