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Matteo fell in love with photography thanks to his dad: since he was a child, he has supported him in every situation. Before it was his job, photography to Matteo was his everyday life and emotion.
Matteo enrolled in the Istituto Superiore di Fotografia e Arti Visive (I.S.F.A.V.), in Padua, 2003, where he obtained his certification as a professional photographer.
In the course of his work, Matteo has understood how photography needs experimentation, creativity and empathy; for this reason, he has decided to devote himself to photography. He likes meeting new people and getting in touch with them, because sharing time with them makes him feel beautiful emotions.
Matteo focuses on spontaneity by using reportage and paying attention to detail. However, he is also flexible and happy to provide guidance and poses when scenography, light and emotion help the creation of a perfect picture. His goal is the fulfilment of your wishes and expectations that he turns into stunning images. If he had to describe his style, he would use the term eclectic:
he likes testing himself to do what you want to.
Matteo believes that it is important to have fun during the photo shoot, and therefore he always tries to put you at ease during the session. In this way, you can have an enjoyable and memorable experience.
Matteo is a member of the National Association of Wedding Photographers. He speaks English and Italian.
Where are some of your favourite places to shoot in Venice?
Venice is a magical, romantic and wonderful city. Every view can be suitable for taking pictures but certainly some of the very popular ones are St. Mark's Square, the Lagoon and the Doge's Palace. Taking pictures of Venice is an unforgettable experience in a city loved by the world. The light in Venice is beautiful in all seasons and at all times of the day, from sunrise to sunset.
Three words to best describe your style of photography?
Eclectic, Creative, Spontaneous.