My Grandmother's last months at POYi

Sunday, February 19, 2017 | News

I'm super happy to learn that my Nonna won an award of excellence at POYi as feature picture story. If only she could see it!!

San Diego Frozen Zoo. Panorama

Friday, January 6, 2017 | News

Happy to see out on Panorama the story Laurence Cornet and I worked on about San Diego's Frozen Zoo, where cells of animals at risk of extinction are frozen in the attempt to preserve biodiversity. 


Reuters Pictures of the Year 2016

Sunday, December 4, 2016 | News

Happy to see a photo of my grandmother in the selection of Reuters Pictures of the Year 2016.

My Grandmother's last months. Reuters

Thursday, August 11, 2016 | News

I'm really happy to share the story of my sweet and funny grandmother, who died almost one year ago now. A little tribute to a great character.

Roads&Kingdoms instagram takeover

Friday, August 5, 2016 | News

Hi all! This week I'm taking over the @roadsandkingdoms instagram account with photos from my wanderings in rural Mexico.
Stay tuned!

Mars on Earth, on PDN Emerging Photographer

Thursday, June 2, 2016 | News

Happy to see my photos from Mars on Earth on the latest issue of PDN Emerging Photographer, along with wonderful projects from many others.


Fotoleggendo Festival opening days

Thursday, June 2, 2016 | News

A more detailed description of Broken Screen's exhibit at Fotoleggendo Festival. Come by during the opening days, June 9-12 in Rome!

Broken Screen at Fotoleggendo, Rome June 9-12

Sunday, May 22, 2016 | News

Happy to let you know that the project Broken Screen will be featured at Fotoleggendo Festival in Rome. Come by!

New York Fashion Week Diary

Tuesday, February 23, 2016 | News

It was 12 to 16 ºF degrees some days of the last Fashion Week in New York. Most people in the street walked around clumsily wearing several woolen layers and a mask of pain and disbelief on their faces. Looking at the photos you’d never guess. The colorful jackets of editors, bloggers and designers heading to the shows are open, the snow boots replaced by high heels and bare skin. 19-year-old models looking like nymphs walk above the crowd without showing the slightest sign of discomfort, carrying a magnetic aura that makes it impossible to stop staring at them. 

Shopping makes me nervous, I can’t remember the name of a single celebrity and I’m just a spectator, a child who doesn’t completely get what’s going on. What I find fascinating is the performance aspect of fashion, the theater of it, where every part of the organism behind the scenes spins at an exhausting speed, hiding tension and sacrifice, in order to cast the nonchalant, slow-motion spell that penetrates into people’s dreams.

Egg Theater

Monday, February 1, 2016 | News

Interior of the Egg theater, Downtown Beirut. The Egg used to be one the first and biggest cinemas in Lebanon, designed by architect Philippe Karam in 1965. Partially destroyed during the Lebanese civil war, the Egg is still a symbol of the country's heritage, and citizens have been trying to oppose its demolition that would open the space to development projects in the area. The photo is part of the exhibition Heritage of Emotions, opening on February 6th at Galerie Nikki Diana Marquardt in Paris, curated by Lara Saab

Ski in Iran on Newsweek Japan!

Thursday, January 28, 2016 | News

Miziara, the strangest village in Northern Lebanon

Friday, January 22, 2016 | News

Happy to see a story I shot in Miziara on Sette today!
Miziara is a quiet Christian village in the hills of Northern Lebanon. In the second half of the 19thCentury a great starvation pushed many to leave, giving life to a wave of emigration that started as a means of survival and ended up, especially when directed towards Brazil and Nigeria, as a way to make fortune. Within a few decades Miziarans were coming back to Lebanon as kings. The phenomenon took an extravagant turn in the 70’s, when many citizens started to build spectacular houses in the shape of planes, pyramids, Greek temples, and other kitsch structures that fitted their whims.
This fashion persists in the present day. The scattered pattern of construction sites and flamboyant buildings creates a surreal panorama for the tiny village, which in turn became a touristic curiosity for locals and foreigners. 

The exhibit of my project Broken Screen is opening in Milan

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 | Exhibitions | Job Listings

Broken Screen exhibition

Saturday, November 28, 2015 | News

If you're in Milan on December 3rd I'd love to see you at the opening of my exhibition Broken Screen, curated by Denis Curti and coordinated by Francesca Marani at STILL gallery.

Come by!

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 | News

The video Models Never Talk I directed for is going to be included in the exhibit A-Z Il nuovo vocabolario della moda italiana at La Triennale di Milano, running from November 24, 2015 to March 6, 2016. Come by if you're in Milan!

Here's the video if you'd like to watch:

and the link to the museum's website:

Prospekt contributor

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 | News

I'm pretty happy to be now a contributor for Prospekt photo agency!

reGeneration3 in Museo Amparo, Puebla

Monday, November 2, 2015 | Exhibitions

Happy to see the exhibition reGeneration3 from Musée de l'Elysée tour around the world. It's now in Museo Amparo in Puebla, Mexico, till February 2016. My work Broken Screen is among 50 projects pushing the boundaries of traditional photography.

Fashion Film Festival Milano

Tuesday, September 8, 2015 | News

Happy to have three video pieces I worked on in the lineup of the Fashion Film Festival Milano. It's going to be my performance videos "Models Never Talk" and "Hood By Air's MoMa House Party", and the freaky, wonderful "The Turban" by Mark Hartman I worked on as an editor. thank you Suzy Shaheen and!

@eddieadamsworkshop instagram takeover

Monday, July 27, 2015 | News

Hey there, I'm taking over the @eddieadamsworkshop account this week with a photo diary from Beirut. The fist pic is a minaret seen in the Hamra neighborhhod. Hope you'll enjoy! 

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