I am an italian, passionate videographer. About 6 years ago I started filming weddings under my brand Whitesfilm. Today I share many aspects of this wonderful job with my lovely wife Monica among others talented editors and videographers: Diego and Matteo.
I was born in Padova and grown up among its beautiful ancient streets where Giotto, Donatello, and many others great artists lived. Here I found the love of art. For over 10 years working as a videographer in the world of video production often alongside awared international photographers. I am a member of WEVA (World Event Videographers Association). I make music videos, documentaries and news services for companies, some of which are broadcast on the main national channels such as Rai, Mediastet, and Sky. I shot documentaries in the United States, Brazil, India and Europe. My wedding movies are published in various national and international industry blog.
I grew up between Alps and the blu sea of the south Italy. I am attracted by art, by the different ways in which people can translate the complexity of themselves and the world. For me art is like a journey, a discovery, an exploration, an experience of life that is always new. I like the shape of the piano keyboard, the rhythm of the galloping horse, the sound of a windsurf board plana on the water, the waves that break when the sea is rough, the silence and the smell of the forest in the mountains, the smell of the air when it snows … and … the extra dark chocolate!!, of course. I love what is created in an unexpected way, like the meeting that then becomes a story to be rewritten every day and from which extraordinary “works” can be born.
Me and my wife love to share every aspect of our life so our passion for travels, arts, cinematography and movies became some years ago a real job and found in the wedding cinematography the perfect match. We love the simple and authentic things. We love very much traveling, listen to music, sometimes compose and play it as well, and we love art in all its forms. We choose to stay behind the camera also because we like observing people, their histories, their personalities and tell them through our eyes.