Born in Venice in 1980, since 2005 he has gained extensive experience in art and architecture photography.
Today he is the official photographer of the Venice Biennale where, in a continuous collaboration between curators and artists, photographs all the works exhibited in the Contemporary Art and Architecture exhibitions, and all the Dance, Theater and Music shows.
For years he has collaborated with international architecture firms and institutions such as Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Querini Stampalia Foundation, Civic Museums of Venice, Albero d’Oro Foundation, Pinault Foundation, Scuola Grande di San Rocco. He held photography courses at the Tre Oci school in Venice. He was a long-time member of the board of directors of the historic photographic club La Gondola di Venezia. He collaborated with artist photographer Giorgia Fiorio
Photographs of him are published in the main international art and architecture magazines and newspapers. He collaborates with artists from all over the world for whom he takes photographs of the main exhibitions for publication in their respective catalogues.
In 2022, catalogs entirely or partially composed of own photographs by Fabrizio Plessi, Anselm Kiefer (Palazzo Ducale exhibition), Bosco Sodi (What Goes Around Comes Around exhibition), Biennale Danza, Biennale Musica, Biennale Arte and publications for the Ca’ Pesaro.
In 2016 he exhibited his photographic project consisting of 5 large panoramic images in the Italian Pavilion of the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale.
In 2019 one of his works was selected for the stained glass window of a new church built in Viareggio, Tuscany. For the first time in the history of the Catholic Church and of history of photography, a photographic work has been used in a religious building. The photographic work inserted in the enormous window (14×6 metres) is inspired by the celestial vault of Giotto’s Scrovegni Chapel.
He has exhibited his works at the three Oci, at the Querini Stampalia Foundation at the Lineadacqua Gallery and at various other galleries.