Telling mixed humanity through mixed media
Learning your story by telling it with all I got
Let me write, design, photograph, illustrate, or everything at once for you
The thing is I’m struggling to maintain and expand a multidisciplinary approach to my creativity, and on top of that is an expensive way of doing things. There are skills to learn and update, techniques to improve and experiments to be made, and researching the work of masters and innovators, following the advancements of the artistic expressions in every field. All this stuff requires time and money, time not paid and money non gained.
Long story short, I’m trying to achieve a way to work and live while learning and creating, something like a digital nomad way of life. I’m thinking to offer a service of multidisciplinary content creation for private people and or any kind of company around the world.
So I thought what about diving into some other place, business, life and trying to narrate it to the rest of the world using pretty much everything I got. I have to tell a compelling story in an earnest way too.
It could be a photo essay made of only photographs that could be printed, framed, released online on a website created for them, or maybe I could integrate them with captures or longer paragraphs, or even in a graphic layout with editorial illustrations too. The possibilities are endless. The limit is me, not the sky.
Here is my proposal: I’ll come to you, wherever you are, the further the better to be clear, with all my mixed skills and media and I’ll try to tell your story to others with every tool I can think of.
Some examples. For DISPLACEMENT, NY I wrote the texts and created the website. In many of the projects on Le Vecchie Foto delle Stelle I used only photographs, as in the book Anni Luce 2015-2019. For Busso Striscio Volo I designed a set of playing cards and for Dopo il trattino I’m currently sketching a series of travel posters. For other projects, I had to design logos or merchandising, or promotional stuff.
It’s some kind of creative gambling, I know that, but it’s also a fascinating call to create and grow as artists and human beings. I really think it is worth it. Enough of words, contact me if you’re willing to start this journey.