He has written about photography, cinema and visual culture in various Italian magazines including Il Tascabile, IL Magazine, Rivista Studio, pagina99 and Internazionale, and curated for several years Hippolyte Bayard, a blog dedicated to contemporary photography.
Together with photographers Alessandro Imbriaco and Tommaso Bonaventura he created the photographic project Corpi di Reato: a visual archeology of the mafia phenomena in contemporary Italy. The work, shown in various exhibitions in Italy and abroad, has become part of the photographic collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Cinisello Balsamo. With Imbriaco he also created a series of photography works related to the Italian landscape in relation to the Country’s collective imaginary.
He has held courses and seminars on photography techniques, history of photography and critique at photography schools, universities and photo-festivals including the European Institute of Design in Rome, Officine Fotografiche, Accademia delle Arti e delle Nuove Tecnologie.
Since 2005 he has been working as a freelance journalist and news producer for international broadcasters and agencies, including Associated Press, Reuters and BBC.