Currently studying at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp,Belgium.
I previously finished my studies at the University of Bologna, Italy, in Anthropology, Religion, Asian Cultures, which gave me the opportunity to do an exchange in UGent(Belgium) in the department of Sociology.
The visual world together with communication always played a strong role in leading my interests since I chose to study foreign languages in high school, jumped into the world of Anthropology and its analytical view on reality.
Photography is the best tool to face the space around me and translate ideas and stories into my own view of the world.
I've recently come back form an exchange of five months at the Academy of Fine Arts of Guangzhou,China.
Despite the culture of shame and homophobia related to the Queer world in China, I was surprised to meet strongly expressive people who have a standing out way of living their lives and sexuality.Every portrait is conceived to resume elements of the person stories of every subject I've met.
I personally believe, that the taboo of homosexuality involves more the appearance of what is supposed to be a Man or Woman, than instead posing the problem of "who we sleep with". Sex is usually a private practice, our appearances as men and women are the ones that we get usually picked on for. (ex: femme; butch etc)