• World | Ongoing Since 2015

    In recent years, my camera has been capturing the harsh realities of wars, famines, revolutions, and humanitarian crises worldwide, amassing a wealth of images that have been published internationally. These photos transcend mere visual records; […]

  • WEST BANK | OCT. & NOV. 2023

    On October 7, 2023, Hamas, the Palestinian Islamist militant group, orchestrated a meticulously planned series of coordinated attacks from the Gaza Strip into bordering areas in Israel. This took place on a Sabbath day and […]

  • Italy | May 2023

    The devastating floods that engulfed the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna this month, claiming the lives of 15 individuals, displacing thousands, and bringing transportation and businesses to a standstill, are not isolated incidents, warn experts. […]


    The War You Don’t See: Childhood Cancer in Ukraine Ukraine has one of the highest rates in Europe in terms of children who are diagnosed with cancer. Chornobyl’s Nuclear disasters have had a devastating impact […]

  • Ukraine | February 2023

    “The defeated have their faces to the wall and their heads bowed, for that is the way of things in the prisoner of war camp. They hold their hands behind their backs as if bound […]

  • Italy | June 2023

    The passing of Silvio Berlusconi on June 12, marked the conclusion of a remarkable chapter in Italian politics, characterized by its duration, significance, and vibrant nature. It provoked strong sentiments from devoted supporters and steadfast […]

  • South Sudan | November 2022

    South Sudan has been facing an unprecedented environmental crisis since 2019, with relentless rain seasons causing widespread flooding and destruction throughout the country, forcing hundreds of thousands to flee their homes. The situation is so […]

  • South Sudan | November 2022

    The climate crisis is exacerbating the vulnerability of this already unstable country, bringing it ever closer to collapse. It is imperative that immediate action is taken to address the root causes of this crisis and […]

  • UKRAINE | May 2022

    Kharkiv, The second largest city in Ukraine with 1.5 million people, located in the northeast of the country less than 40 kilometers from the Russian border, was considered a major target for the Russian military […]

  • Ukraine | March 2022

    On February 24th, 2022, the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, igniting a violent escalation of the crisis that has plagued the region since 2014.

  • Italy | June, November 2020

    Bergamo’s Pandemic Survivors Carry Scars Unseen and Incalculable Plagued by guilt, anger and regrets, those still alive in the hardest hit place in Italy, and perhaps the world, grapple to understand how the virus has […]

  • Italy 2020 | Spring 2020

    Left Behind is the story of the last, of all those who have been left behind, forgotten by the decrees, by the laws of social and humanitarian aid during the Covid-19 emergency. The Covid-19 pandemic […]

  • Italy | March 2020

    “We Take the Dead From Morning Till Night” At the moment when the coronavirus was ripping through northern Italy, working on assignment for The New York Times, I gained exclusive access to the Red Cross […]

  • CHILE 2019

    In the most extensive civil unrest in Chile’s recent history, people rose throughout the year in protest against economic inequality. Despite being one of the region’s most prosperous nations, Chile is the most unequal country […]

  • Brazil 2019

    According to recent data from the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), the number of Amazon forest fires continued to escalate in subsequent years, with significant increases observed in 2019 and 2020 as well. Rondônia, […]

  • Tijuana, Mexico | Nov. & Dec 2018

    Thousands of migrants have converged on the US-Mexico border city of Tijuana after embarking on a grueling journey spanning over 4,000 kilometers from their native countries in Central America. Fleeing pervasive persecution, poverty, and violence […]

  • Mexico & USA | 2018-2019

    American Chimera wants to rise questions on the migration phenomenon while challenging the stereotypes related to the illegal migration from Central America to United States. Tijuana, Mexico | November, December 2018 Kentucky, USA | April, […]

  • Mexico & USA | 2018-2019

    Mirna is a 45-year-old Honduran woman who decided to leave her country of origin with her daughter Mirna-Marely after frequent threats and violence perpetrated against her family. Mirna had a small shop in Colon, Honduras, […]

  • Italy | January & April 2019

    Il tempo scorre diversamente da come lo vivi. E’ la quarta dimensione, relativa ed effimera, così difficile da immaginare che ce ne rendiamo conto solo quando la sentiamo scivolare sulla nostra pelle. Disegna la vita […]


    This year marks the 70th anniversary of Nakba (“Catastrophe”) when in 1948 more than 750.000 Palestinian were forced to leave their native lands. Today in Gaza hundred thousand of refugees still waiting for their right of return. What’s behind […]

  • Refugee Crisis 2011-2017

    The Dream is an emotional journey through the human condition, a state of being devoid of a reference point. It wants to tell the stories, reveal the humanity and show the strength of people who […]

  • Spain | Oct & Nov 2017

    On October and November 2017 I went back to Barcelona, this time to cover the Catalan movement for independence from Spain working for AFP and for the italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano.   

  • South Sudan | April & May 2017

    After 22 years of war against the North of the country, which ended in 2005, and a transition phase which lasted five years, in July 2011 South Sudan won its independence, through a national referendum […]

  • South Sudan | April & May 2017

    South Sudan gained independence from Sudan on July 2011 becoming the world newest country as the outcome of an agreement that ended Africa’s longest-running civil war. The independence did not bring conflict in South Sudan […]

  • Iraq | April 2017

    On December 2016 I went to Sulaymaniyah, a city of Iraqi Kurdistan near the border with Iran, on assignment for an Italian No-Government Organisation to develop a project on the Syrian refugees and the Iraqi […]

  • Libya | October 2016

    I was in Libya for the first time at the beginning of the civil war, in February 2011. In 2016 I went back to Sirte cover the conflict against the Islamic State.   

  • Balkans, October 2015

    Dreaming Europe, a body of work whose intimate, subtle portraits document refugees as they find a moment of peace on their long and grueling journey.

  • Italy, 2015

    “Things they carried” shows images of the objects found among the migrants who died trying to crossing the Mediterranean to reach Italy. Fabio Bucciarelli for The New York Times