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I film life to live it twice.
I'm a filmmaker born in Sardinia, raised here and there in Europe and currently living in UK, London.
Most of my work in around music: I film festival, live events and lifestyle documentary about artists.
I love people and I'm crazy about stories. Give me the right energies. I feel connected and alive.
I don't like living in London, the routine kills all my creativity. And I miss the nature. But I guess having responsabilities makes me feel safe so at the moment here I am.
I believe we all look after happiness.
I also believe there are many ways to reach it and everybody choose a different one. So maybe mine is very wrong and I'm just wasting time. But I know I'm trying. and I think the real purpose of life is try to do your best. As for a little ant its best is to carry stuff all summer and be safe underground during winter.
Ok, that what a deep thought! Keep reading, I promise you I'll stick to something easier.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING and COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE
I subscribe to CouchSurfing long time ago, since then I have been hosted all over Europe, Africa and SE Asia, and I had the pleasure to host amazing people in my lovely countryside in Sardinia and Bristol.
Now lot of things here are changed and so am I.
This days is more difficult to find genuine travellers. Those who really like the spirit of adventure which means get dirty and suffer. Because travelling is a process of discovering yourself, accepting the outside into your original ideas. And to be able to do that you need a bit of pain.
I film stuff. Following electronic music is my job.
But I'm passionate about capturing every kind of energy with my camera.
That's why I get excited either if I'm filming a festival or a wedding.
I also write stuff, like poems and thoughts. Take pictures as street photographer. And play some instruments. Also I love swimming, cycling and longboarding.
- contemporary art
Music, Movies, and Books
Herman Hesse, J.W.Goethe, Kafka, Jim Morrison (as poet and also as singer), Irvine Welsh, William Blake, Aldous Huxley, Alexander Lowen, Alex Garland, J.Verne, Pirandello, Italo Calvino,
Shermans March by Ross McElwee, Paranoid Park (and almost everything from Gus Van Sant), Night shift, Mondo Cane, Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto, The tree of life, Into the wild, La Haine, This is England, Berlino sinfonia di una grande città, Dziga Vertov, Orson Welles, everything from Woody Allen, the first Nanni Moretti, Gian Maria Volonté, Vincent Cassel, Jean Rouch, La Jetée, À bout de souffle, Jules and Jim, Uff there are so many movies I love... All the politician Italian movies from 1962 to 1978. The Nouvel Vague, the German Expressionism, Hitchcock movies, Jacques Tati, C.Chaplin, Warhol, Elio Petri, and more..
music... there's no enough space... Indie, downtempo, chill, minimal techno, post rock, ambient, folk rock. Usually I avoid the commercial music, preferring the indie one from website as bandcamp.com or soundcloud.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
loosing myself in two blue eyes. editing my first video work. dancing. swimming in the sea. the warm illusion of a having a real family. getting lost in a book. walking under a storm. cycling for three months from Sardinia (IT) to England
Teach, Learn, Share
Photography and Video. Think outside the box. Have fun. Run barefoot.
What I Can Share with Hosts
stories, hugs, long night talks, walks
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Hungary, Italy, Malaysia, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In
Germany, Italy, Romania, United Kingdom