Jon Micheal’s letter

I have a 20-years-old Barbie Polaroid camera, and my friends know how much I am attached to it. I carry this pink camera everywhere, and I am usually annoying, asking people to pose in front of it. I have 3 years of life in China hanging on a wall of my bedroom. Few days before... Continue Reading →

A Letter with the capital L

  Dear Ashley,  Thanks for your Letter with the capital L. Please, read this answer with my typical strong Italian accent. Your Letter arrived at the beginning of April, from Boston, it crossed the Atlantic Ocean to reach this tiny town in Tuscany. I imagine this Letter making the reverse trip to your home in Massachusetts.... Continue Reading →

A letter from Emma

Emma's letter turned out to be a small window beyond my home universe. Mongolia and its immense grasslands invaded my mind until I could almost feel the wind of those places, so strong as to cut your cheeks. Emma and I have the same supervisor, and in December, we made the dreaded thesis proposal to... Continue Reading →

Devin’s letter and other family portraits

My friend Devin introduced me to film photography. I’ve never been a patient person, generally, I don’t like to wait for results: learning how to use a film camera made me appreciate slow processes. I have been using my reflex as a barbarian, aiming the lens on every random subject, taking thousands of photos that... Continue Reading →

Leandre’s letter and other memories

"When the quarantine will end..."  I read this words almost everywhere, hidden between the lines of some phone calls in which there’s not that much to say anymore these days. We may think we are talking about the future, but we have only evoked the past so far.  The letter I received from Leandre was... Continue Reading →

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