One of my highest ambitions is to travel the world with my loyal camera. I wish I could go further than Trani and Padova, even further than Italy and work together with other photographers coming from other countries and catch with my camera love stories from overseas. It would be the perfect way to grow both personally and professionally.
“Do what you love and you won’t work a day in your life”
Recently the Puglia has become a very popular destination for weddings from all over the world
In particular, in a short time I can reach beautiful places such as: Ostuni, Matera, Lecce, Polignano a mare and fantastic places like Salento
A tale that starts before the day of the ceremony: the bride and the groom that I have in front of me on that special day have learnt along the way to communicate just with a quick look, or a subtle gesture. They developed their own code, that no one else understands.
This happens also within the family: a not really talkative father that expresses a whole life of never said “I love you” with a few pats on the shoulder. A caring mother that anticipates her daughter moves, making sure she has everything ready, without the need to say anything.
I think that being able to recognise these codes to predict the situation to photograph is really important to have a great reportage: the look that comes before a hug, a touch of hands before a kiss, a smile that starts to blossom. It is relevant to establish a great feeling with bride and groom, that have to feel comfortable and not tailed or forced into poses or situations that don’t suit them.
I don’t have to invent anything; their story has already been written in the past years together.
Creating the right harmony and being aware and ready to detect those secret codes: these are the keys for a perfect reportage, that will move you and everyone else who will see it.