This website is getting updated.
I am in the process of revamping quite a few things for improved layout, readability, contents and so on.


The page of the videos is up and complete again!

This is a long and painstaking process, taking a long time and effort because I can’t afford to stop all I have to do and focus on the website alone.

Since I don’t like the idea of taking offline the whole site full-time for a few days, I have decided to use maintainance mode only if and when truly needed.
During the following days you will notice parts of the site disappear and be reshaped, sections come and go, and some weird things happen.

Please bear with me and come back often to catch up on my news.


DIS/AGE, the exclusive Da Da Da cover teaser

DIS/AGE is a new duo formed by Joe Zooropean and Leonardo Cinghiorso, two Italian artists about to release a début single titled The Flood; we started filming and shooting materials in the studio and outside for the video that will go with the single. This tiny bit of video is the first teaser material for what’s coming soon.


Let it go dancing (for Metabox)

During my frequent visits to London in the 80s and 90s I had the chance of learning a few tricks for traveling on the tube without paying the fare. Dancing in front of the controllers was one of these tricks. But dancing in everyday life can be useful when facing emergencies and contingencies.


It happened during the weekend

It’s when you turn your head the other way and take a weekend off from your own web persona that things start happening on your back and make you proud.
The weekend that just passed has made me happy and honoured for a number of features that two of my photos have earned. Read on for the details.


Impossible’s analog travelog – Ale Di Gangi in Sicily

The Impossible official blog published in their analog travelog series a gallery of instant photos + reportage I took last September during my last trip to Sicily.
I am happy to have these 17 shots published, since I truly felt I had a story to tell through the wealth of photographs I took during this vacation – I just needed a way to kickstart the telling, though.