My work reflects on the notions of identity and place by investigating small communities and minorities rising in confining territories, liminal places where the edges of cultural, political and social separations overlaps.
The key elements standing at the base of my research are landscape and demography.
By associating these to the instruments of document and collective memory I strive to propose a number of possibilities to alternatively read the contemporary landscape.


1990 - Piazza Armerina, Sicily
BA Media Arts - NABA - Milan
MA Photography - Plymouth University - Plymouth


2017 MAGNUM Graduate Photographers Award - Shortlisted
2017 MIBACT RESIDENZE: Panorami Contemporanei e luoghi in trasformazione - Ten Finalists
2016 Internship at MACK
2015 Residency DUE SOUTH Artist Residency - Curated by Marianne Bernstein
2015 Assistant Researcher Lugo Land - Luca Nostri
2014 Shortlist - Bar Tur Photobook Award – Photographers Gallery - London
2014 Archivist - Plymouth University: Photography and the Research - David Chandler

2017 - Due South, Group Exhibition - The Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington, DE, U.S.
2016 - Re-Imagined States, Group Exhibition - Peninsula Arts Gallery - Plymouth, UK
2015 - MiArtè, Group Exhibition - Arte Fiera - Catania, Italy
2015 - This is (not) a Dream, Group Exhibition - Peninsula Art Gallery - Plymouth, UK
2015 - PIYNGYAO IPF, UK Graduate Photographers - Curated by Sian Bonnell - Pingyao, China
2015 - Blue Moon, Group Exhibition - Plymouth University - Plymouth, UK

2014 - Bill Douglas Cinema Museum – Puny Gods Vs. Cinema - Exeter
2013 - Castello Sforzesco - Video Sound Art Festival - Milan

Interni, Vice, Incandescent, FNG Magazine, Stir Online, The Herald Plymouth, Marie Claire