Giulianova is a small town in the Italian Abruzzo region, facing the Adriatic sea. Since I was a little kid I went there with my parents for three weeks of vacation every year for 27 year. A vacation place is always a great place to develop our photographic passion and the area of Giulianova had always been a subject of my photographic explorations, starting when I was eight years old with a Zeiss Ikon Contaflex. One of the main attraction for me was the harbor with the fishing vessels that offered plenty of subjects for my pictures. After many years of absence I was back in Giulianova last September and the charm of the harbor hit me again. This time the harbor was not just a place where to look for single fine art images as I was used. Thirty years as a commercial photographer gave me the tools to approach the harbor in a different way and tell a little story about it. I’m passionate about the human ability to produce and, no matter the situation, always create wealth for themselves and the world. When I’m on assignment I try to give an homage to the producers, the single […]
43 cubic meters was the volume of the train wagons used to deport Jews to the concentration camps in Germany. This portfolio portrait the Memorial to the Deportation in Borgo San Dalmazzo, in the Cuneo province in Italy, from where more than 300 people were deported.