I'm an electronic engineer, born in Italy in 1968, in a small mountain village between Campania and Puglia. My passion for photography begins at the age of twelve, when my grandparents give me a reflex camera. Nature, animals and the passing seasons were my main subjects. But, it was at the age of twenty-two that a decisive change took place, and I created a new concept of monochrome photography. During a chemistry course at the university, I had the opportunity to observe how colors change tone in contact with moisture and when exposed to varying light intensities; this is particularly noticeable in black and white photographs - the white is transformed into a kind of yellow and the black into a very dark violet. Between these two "new" colors is a chromatic range ranging from blue to red and green. It is this experience that is at the origin of the "Korimi" style that now I cultivates and which I developed with the help of my sister, a painter, who has identified the primary colors

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