BEAUTY IN EVERYDAY LIFE
With my eye ready behind the lens, I track down beauty in everyday life; I pretend that even a glass or an egg can evoke beauty.
I also like to surprise, nod towards people with photographs whose meaning is not evident and leave, therefore, room for their imagination.
These photographs, nearly all made with the traditional silver type procedure, belong to two modes of expression:
-the first expression, the figurative mode, consists in going beyond the strict documentary description, fixing instants of emotion, harmony and poetry.
-In the second type of expression, the abstract one, lines, shapes, colours and matter are sufficient to call upon the spectators, to question them, to leave room for their imagination, making them float between the concrete and the abstract.