University for the Creative Arts, Farnham,
Surrey, UK. BA (Hons), Film Production.
Graduated with a 1st honour.
Documentary theories and making.
Music studies and ethnic music research.
Film Photography. Anthropology. Literature.
Italian: Mother Tongue
English, Spanish: Fluent
French, Greek, Portuguese: Learning
When I was 14 years old I was playing Playstation’s GTA San Andreas all the time. Besides that, occasionally, I was enjoyng to do clay puppets pose. So my father gave me his old camera, he explained me the basic principle of animation, and a few hours later I came up with my very first short stop-motion video. Ever since I never stopped doing these kind of videos.
A few years later I had the chance to see “The Enigma Kaspar Hauser” movie, by Werner Herzog. Right afterwards I spent entire afternoons just watching his films and documentaries.
As a natural consequence I started getting more and more into remote cultures, with their languages and dialects, as well as their ethnic music and ancestral traditions. These are the reasons why I try to do films: trying to communicate my love for human beings and life in all of its shades.
Thank you for reading.