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I've always wondered what are the things I love to do the most. Then over time I found that it doesn't matter what I'm doing, the important thing is that I'm creating harmony, and that's what I like to do. I am professionally a computer programmer, but when possible I also deal with other things, especially photography.
Additional tools: GIT, Github, Bitbucket, Gulp, SASS, 2D physics, Linux, EasyPHP, Python, Visual Studio IDE, Box2d physics engine, Node js, WebAudio, OpenGL
|University||Alma Mater Studioroum | Department of arts, music and entertainment - cinema - Bologna|
|Languages||Italian, English, French|
|Thesis||Characters of the american film noir, from the Maltese Falcon to L.A. Noire|
Only the hand that erases
can write the true thing - Meister Eckhart
Some of the shots taken during my time in Armenia, trying to tell a very distant country, which perhaps I have not yet reached.
In that period I was very busy with my work, so I could not explore the city with all its beauty. But I was happy I managed to take these pictures that are actually among my favourite ones
I like to call this picture "Irony and grandeur", while the following, is a view from inside the Salah Ad-din citadel of Cairo
Photographing in Morocco is not easy at all, and it is also a well-known thing.
People hate being photographed. A Moroccan once yelled at me: "hey! I'm not an exhibition!".
Around it is believed that photography steals the soul. Looking at the Moroccans I think back to my Sicilian grandmother, who never wanted to be photographed with pleasure, she told me: "Don't photograph me! I'm not dead!". Indeed, once in Sicily it was used to photograph mainly the dead, and funerals. In Morocco they believe more or less the same things.