From Science to Expedition Guide with the aim of… conservation and communication
Born as polar scientist working to preserve and protect the most pristine environment on our Planet
in the last years I’m working in the Arctic and Antarctica as expedition guide and lecturer
I like to use my professional knowledge and images as teaching method to reach as much people as possible
and to communicate with the new generations, people and institutions
Depict the enchant of the nature through the lens.
The ecosystems contain an astonishing number of creatures and the photographs can be used to carry a message about their habits, behaviour and to describe the species in their habitats
Our planet is now in the midst of its sixth mass extinction of plants and animals.
The photography is becoming important as a tool to document the scientific activities and can be used to make disclosure on issues relating to science to reach a growing number of people every day
Discover some of the unusual places on Earth.
Some were created by nature during the centuries but, sometimes, are results of past humans activities. All of these places can evocate strange sensations and bring in another dimension
Designed to teach you everything we know about photography.
Open to anyone who wants to start using the camera in a controlled manner, using creative techniques. We will work to improve your general photography techniques but also some techniques typical for the close-up and landscape photography.
During our courses, due to our skills, it will be also possible to improve the knowledge about the species that we will find during the field work
In an historical and cultural moment in which technology and large populated areas constantly dominate our lives, the authors’ wish is to bring us back to life in its truest and most original state through this informative photographic book, giving us a few moments of fresh air in which the only dominant figure is nature, in its forms and colours. ‘Polar Lights’ – their first book, as well as their first editorial collaboration – arises out of a project that lasted several years and was conceived as a tribute to the beauty and the hues of our planet in this area… the Arctic. The editorial line opted for full-page photos in order to convey the highest expressiveness to the images, which will transport the reader – through more than 100 pages – to one of the ice realms in search of a mysterious and fascinating world, in which he/she can feel the vibrating strength of nature. The title wants to confer on the book a clear identity through two elements: on the one hand, the photographic element – for this reason the word ‘Lights’; on the other hand, the geographical area to which the theme of the book belongs – for this reason the word ‘Polar’.