The pleasure that children feel jumping in puddles
or cycling as fast as they can, splashing everywhere and everyone.
The sensation is the same,
that pleasure of transgression, that grabs you in that moment.
We tried that pleasure time and time again,
and then we stopped it, crystallized in an image:
the crown of His Majesty!
See you on SATURDAY 18 APRIL 2015 AT 18.00
Opening my exhibition
GLUED TO THE WINDOW
Spazio Espositivo Comunale LE STANZE
presso la Biblioteca – Mediateca A. Meli
via Roma 140 Trescore Balneario (Bg)
…tell it right!
Call your collaborators, your customers and your friends,
and make them know how you won gold,
thanks to your hard work, so thanks to them too…
ONE EYELAND AWARD 2014
SUB CATEGORY: Food
TITLE: Qualità Ineguagliabile
Art Direction: Luca Crescenzi & Luca Nicola
Food Stylist: Francesca Versolatto
Assistants: Marco Bergamini, Alessandro Della Valentina
To participate in the tour of Paris of AMPI (Accademia Maestri Pasticceri Italiani….Academy of Italian Master Bakers) was not only an honour but also a real pleasure.
The meeting with the great French ‘maitre patissier ‘, in the laboratories and workshops of, Pierre Hermé, Arnaud Larher, Jean-Paul Hévin was particularly interesting from many points of view.
Firstly: the tastings…well yes my dears, macaroons, chocolates, desserts, an unforgettable sensory experience.
Secondly: the discovery of an extremely high level of craftsmanship associated with illustrious names from the French Relais Desserts. This is an aspect of my work that I love immensely, the possibility to learn about the multi-facets of completely different worlds, the meeting and the relationships with people who live and work with passion and outstanding competence.
Thirdly: the relaxed atmosphere on the occasions of the meetings takes away the classic stress of daily working rhythms, what’s more I must add that the bakers are rather friendly.
And then there’s Paris.
The city which, as a boy, I wandered far and wide with my camera hanging from my neck, the first B&W until the 2005 calendar of the six European cities, which you can see here, a city always fascinating and enjoyable.
Thank you AMPI
Here some photos: the official shot at Trocadero, the backstage (tourists take photos to the photographer, shooting the…Tour Eiffel), the behind the scene of the travel with some famous pastry chefs…the latest vips of the tv.
The end of the year is for summing up
it is the time for making proposals for the New Year
At the end of the year there is Christmas
And at Christmas we tell stories to the children
But also to the grown-ups
Think about your story
There are no others like yours
And so tell me
What is your story?
Suddenly I heard shots, maybe they were aimed at me, a warning: don’t get too near.
I approached the farmhouse at sunset, I had found the road perfectly, dividing the cornfields, very like the agency’s layout.
I couldn’t miss the opportunity: father and son, the two models, I would have taken them at another time, time was short, and the forecast promised rain.
Click, I get nearer, click, I find the perfect angle and I hear two shots. I finish filming, get back in the car and I’m off.
Maybe they were not aimed at me, but it seems to me they don’t hunt at sunset.
It was only the beginning of the campaign “Simply Grow Together”. for ADAMA, adventurous, I would say.
The rest went smoothly, photos and videos in the farmhouse; the background behind at the doorway, we would have put it in afterwards, then the hay, the tractor, father and son who walk towards the house…blessed post production.
A good working group.
The doubt remained, that shadow at the bottom of the road, not very reassuring; maybe he was testing his rifle for the weekend.
My granny always told me that it was a dangerous job, a photographer.
And here the Behind the scene
I have known restorers, a lot of restorers I started photographing altarpieces, frescoes.
Three are the sacred moments of the documentation, a ritual: The first, the during ( the cleaning, we have already spoken about it, you remember) the final: the rebirth of the work of art.
For the restorers it is a new birth I have joined them in churches in the deep winter, in the convents, sisters, brothers, pastors, few prayers, a lot of cold, damp.
The restorers, a bit like all those who pass hour after hour in solitude, or in the company of only an assistant, become hard, sharp, I would dare to say envious, they cannot stand one another, it is an environment “ not very recommended”.
I met Alberto late on, when the photography of restoration for me was already water passed under the bridge and maybe he showed me another face of the restorers.
Alberto is mild, but not superficial, on the contrary full of passion, enthusiasm, love for life and for his work.
He travels, and this is not to undervalue, a journey, physical or of literature opens the mind.
He has a severe look, but soon after he smiles, laughs, jokes, maybe it is a sign of a shyness in his distant youth.
He has great respect for the interlocutor of the moment, but if he doesn’t like you he doesn’t speak badly of you, if he is not interested, he ignores you, you don’t deserve his time.
When he speaks about his work he lights up, suffers, gets angry.
In painting regret is an afterthought in continual progress, that an artist puts in place, masking the previous version which he doesn’t think is satisfactory.
And the restorers discover the regrets of the artists working on the canvas Alberto’s regret concerning his work regards bureaucracy.
He has never loved restrictions. But you can’t but think well for the future.
the sailor man
I know, skipper,
visiting my studio.
“I sailed, i crossed the desert at 50°,
I’d like to tell the adventures of my life”
Here you can see the latest shooting and video adv, for the newest swimsuits and bags collection Save My Bag.