Ni Una Menos

Ni una menos is an ongoing long-term project about feminicide and violence against women.

Starting from Argentina, a country that in recent years has experienced an increase of the violence against the women, wants to document the situation of women in the others Latinamerican countries heavily affected by this social issue.  This work documents both the stories of women who have suffered violence, the stories of relatives of those who can not tell it more because are dead and, finally, the struggle of social movements born to fight violence and protect the victims.


   ​​​​​​​​​​​La Linea Invisible

LA LINEA INVISIBLE is a journey into life in the Latin American suburbs through the stories of the youngsters.
 Daily situations and problems that people face in those places called Villas in Argentina, in Chile Poblaciones, in Brazil Favelas, in Venezuela Ranchos, in Paraguay Chacaritas, in Colombia and Costa Rica Tugurius, in Peru Pueblos Jovenes, in Uruguay Cantegriles, in Ecuador Suburbios are actually very similar.  

My intention is to tell a story for each country focusing my attention on different topics related to social, economic, environmental, urbanization, work, safety, drugs issues that characterize differently a country from the others before the end of the final project that will unite the points of this imaginary line that connects all the countries of the continent.​​  
                      ONGOING PROJECT

See 'Amores Perros' #Argentina's Chapter
See 'Fuego, Tierra y Viento' #Chile Chapter

Blooming Generation


It is said that a state is de facto independent when, although it is not recognized by the international community as an independent country, in practice it exercises its sovereignty in complete autonomy.
Can you exist without being recognized?
De facto countries are often a stretch of history and geography. Lands and peoples that change flag, sometimes leader.
With the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the late '80s, the autonomy ambitions of ethnic groups - divided and ignored for too long - vehemently exploded, claiming their right to a land, but above all to an identity.
Long-repressed anger and resentment have resulted in bloody conflicts, still ongoing today.
Nagorno Karabakh, Transnistria, Abkhazia and South Ossetia have now their own government, institutions and borders. In spite of this, these nations live suspended between the awareness of their own identity and the dismay for the lack of recognition.
To date, these territories remain unsolved riddles, hidden in the mountains of the Caucasus and the Balkans.
Over the past 25 years, many generations were born and raised in these countries without a direct memory of a different homeland.
Blooming Generation is the story of these nations told through the eyes and the stories of those who have grown up taking for granted their homeland but also their history.
A journey of their search for identity but above all for a better future. A blank page on which they can write their own destiny serenely and independently, living a life free from the ghosts of the past and the fear of war.