A walk in the suburbs


In 2010 I quit my job as a software developer in my hometown and moved to Bologna, Italy to study photography at the Academy of Fine Arts.

This small project, which started out as an assignment, marked my first foray into urban and architecture photography.

I spent hours and hours walking in the suburbs of Bologna, a city that felt both strange and familiar to me.

With just my camera in hand and no destination or anything in particular to look for, I started realising how much walking itself was affecting my way of seeing.

What followed was a slow process of exploration that allowed me to immerse myself in the city, discovering all its little everyday quirks and oddities that were happening around me.
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy
Urban Architecture Photography | Bologna | Italy