I find that architecture, as a photograph of a completely static element, is in itself poor in expressiveness and dynamism, thus becoming the ideal means to allow the photographer to vent his creativity to the maximum.
In fact, I think that the photographer has the duty to express his own artistic vision; therefore photography must show who you are as an artist.
Photographic art thus becomes the means to freely express what the artist has within himself, reworking with his gaze a subject that would otherwise go unnoticed.
Photography places the subject and the artist on the same level, who must try to represent the subject with a look that comes out of the typical canons, leaving nothing to chance.
This type of photography must therefore be based on the strength of the light contrasts, which lead the observer to focus his attention on the crucial point.
Our eye is used to seeing colors; for this reason, in black and white, it is important to focus on shapes, lights, textures and contrasts, and I try to do it with an approach that is as delicate and sensitive as possible, trying to understand the essential soul of the photographed subject.
It is a technique that allows for elegance, delicacy, incisiveness.
I therefore place myself as an interpreter of the monochrome of the past of analogue photography, re-proposing it in a digital key thanks to the enormous possibilities of photographic postproduction that digital allows.
Photo after photo, the feeling I try to express wants to be the one experienced by those who find themselves exploring an unknown world, approaching it, discovering it and reworking it through the photographic technique.