as they say in serious magazines, we receive and gladly publish:
I am milanese, but above all I am from riccione by adoption.
I am 34 years old and have been attending this city since thirty years where my family and I are very attached.
I have only partially seen some photos that as in all your work they document reality… and for those who like me is a psychotherapist in contact with the world of psycosis, the reflection of reality and fantasy is our everyday life.
often I recourse to your pictures as a very powerful and effective narrative tool to help patients to tell and retell their stories.
I would really like to buy your album of riccione autographed by you. it would be an important object that somehow also tells the story of my family, past, present and future.
I would be very grateful if you or someone of your staff were able to meet my request.
thank you and forgive me if I’ve bothered you.
perhaps (perhaps?!?) it has little to do, but I am going to add a little photograph I took with my iPhone and a note
photography has a HUGE quality: it’s sincere.
yes, I am strongly convinced that photography is sincere.
in the sense that one can write that he likes this and that, but then photographs really what he likes.
and then they say they like schopenhauer, but if you shoot crap it only means that, in reality, you like crap…