I'm an architect and the founder of a successful architectural company. For me, architecture and photography are deeply interlinked. They are both related to the idea of space, tridimensionality and people interacting with the environment.
Personally, learning photography was a natural and organic process and, compared to architecture (in which an entire project's genesis from conception to completion can take years), photography allowed me to vent my creativity instantly and produce projects in shorter amounts of time.
I have had my work published in Stern Magazine, National Geographic Italia, Vice, La Repubblica, Die Zeit, LensCulture, Causette, Norwegian Airline Magazine, L’Oeil de la Photographie and Photovogue (Vogue Italia).
This picture is part of a series where I represent the historical centre of Rome, nowadays orphaned from its indigenous inhabitants. Rather, the area has become an open-air stage in which Old Roman Centurions, the homeless, priests, tourists and animals all jostle against each other, struggling to become the main actors.
The majestic ancient walls of the Eternal City, grooved with scars deposited by layers and layers of history are a perfect counterpart to the story of this little dog. I think he was only trying to catch the horses' attention; or maybe he was feeling, just for a second, the incredible sensation of being a horse himself?
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