My Work, Between Eclecticism and Specialization

If you are searching for a very specialized photographer you came to the wrong place. I strive to transfer all my experiences and work philosophies from one field to the next and believe this greatly improves my skills every day, allowing me gain important references in different fields. I easily switch from technical shooting for Manfrotto, Gitzo or Hasselblad to documenting art collections for some of the most important publishers in the world, from assignments that require remote control overhead shooting skills to ones that demand a high degree of digital photography expertise.


A portfolio of my my most important projects, with a behind-the-scenes view at how they came to be, with backstage photos and more. Projects are sorted by specialization, such as still life/products, food, art, automotive, pano shooting, remote pole shooting, high repro etc.

You will also find a wide selection of my personal projects, including ‘Plastic Girls’, ‘Wonderful Mistakes’ and ‘L’Aquila, the Forbidden City’.

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Books & Framefolios

A selection of my books from Divina Bugatti, by the “king of aesthetics” and renowned publisher Franco Maria Ricci, to the self-published Ikonographia series, currently on sale.

Framefolio is the “book to frame and hang up.” It includes ten photographs, printed on high quality matt or glossy paper, designed to be individually framed.

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Know-How Transfer

My new site offering apps, tutorials and instructional content for photographers. Know-How Transfer – The Photography Knowledge Hub Everyone dealing with photography and digital imaging will find a unique mix of instructional and how-to content here, along with effective tutorials and free resources. Our applications are specifically designed by photographers. Our mission is to create a community, a Central Hub of Photography Knowledge, where photographers can exchange experiences, share information and grow their skills.

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ALCE and Other Apps are now on Know-How Transfer