I'm not one of those Italians obsessed with espresso, those who gulp it down and back on the road or to the office. I rather like the long coffee culture most people seem to have abroad. Yet, when I see a real espresso, I do get emotional. My father says: "Coffee is solid. The fact that you drink it liquid is already a mistake.. the more solid it is, the better it is".
For the second time in my life, I was in Wroclaw, Poland, where I met Tomasz, a man who created his own job out of a huge passion for fishing. The company is called "Hunter". I found it inspiring.
I was just walking home when I met this guy sitting at a café. It was closing time for the market, he had a guitar in his hands and singing. We had a nice talk and I proposed we make a video on the spot.. so, here it is.
Recently I went to Santo Stefano di Sessanio, in the mountaineous Abruzzo region, to cover a wine panel dedicated to Bloggers coming from all sorts of places. Work was commissioned by BlogAway and it was fun and lots of fine food and wine!
I met Mujib and Wassim in Piazza Vittorio during an assignment for a master's course I'm attending on documentary reportage. In fact, I had to make a photoreportage on this square, piazza Vittorio, which is the most famously multiethnical square in Rome. But since I was doing this, I thought I might as well make a little video letting them their a bit of their story and why they're here in Rome.