Direct derivation of still life in painting, the Still Life (as an expression of the character of the subject property) it is an inexhaustible matter of study of form and color that has become more and more space in the context of photography.
Perhaps the absolute freedom in creation and the rigor of composition, together with admiration for the great masters of painting, have led me to recognize in still life a photographic genre of my own.
The act of manipulating the light to give the scene that otherwise absent three-dimensional depth makes the creation of a still life a fascinating work and at the same time a fulfilling "artistic" play. Through a shot you can return life and expression to inanimate objects, extracting them from everyday reality. The object is no longer a representation of the human figure, but a protagonist subject that can convey the attention of the observer to symbols and allegories that hide an emotional message of reminiscences and visions, fantasies and desires.