Photography is embedded into my vision of the world, capturing people and places for eternity.
My Dad bought me my first camera at twelve years old while we where travelling all over the world, a plastic Kodak Cube. I never stopped photographing since then, from landscapes to people, portraits to personal projects.
I presented my work at the San Francisco based Franco American Cultural Society and at Jules Maeght Gallery on Gough. From my stay in California, I developed a specific work on the Nevada Burning Man Art Festival.