I spent years studying, preparing myself to become a photographer. Even at university. But an accident that damaged my spine finally put me in front of a computer, into what's now my professional life: spending my days designing processes, services and digital products. It's not a bad life, after all. In fact, it is quite a nice life. Plenty of challenges, working with top companies and clients, building complex and useful things and surrounded by really smart people.
But once you're bitten by the photography bug, there's no way back. I started to get in touch with it again, through underwater photography, pushed by my lovely and amazing wife. Photography is now just a hobby, but one that remains one of the most satisfying things in my life.