Latest Series: love me
In “Love me” I narrate and reconstruct, through images, a trauma suffered during my childhood. I retrace a compromised and interrupted period, using a visual language that is sometimes violent, metaphorical and ironic.
“I’ve been taking photographs since I was a child, but I’m not a photographer. What I love about my work is exploring the relationships that exist between different types of images to amplify their meanings, finding connections that tell a story. Within Love me’s visual exploration, there is me, but also the story of many, and what they sometimes couldn’t articulate. Love me is an immersive book where the conscious and unconscious come into contact between the pages, finally releasing a story that couldn’t be told otherwise.”
Love me is a photographic book that captures the essence of emotion through visual storytelling.