I've always photographed fashion, I find it to be a semi-transparent mask that conveys many social symptoms, along with dreams and codes. I like to search what the dress covers and what it leaves discovered, where ends the code and begins the dream. When I arrived in New York for the first time, I spent whole days in downtown Broadway only for watching the world and the freedom of diversity passing me by. I like to photograph subtle emotions, small fragments of daily life, preferably in moments of stasis or in the postures, and deliver them as small icones. A photograph has its value also because it's a moment captured from the real, like a proof of authenticity, even if provoked.