Marco has worked as a photographer since 1983. In addition to the professional work, he likes to create imaginary landscapes or self-portraits representing contemporary issues. According to him, good photography is something that has a story and a purpose behind it.

“The story could be anything. For example, how we struggle, evolve and assimilate what is happening in the world. You really need to communicate something that is vibrating within you because that is what makes the picture unique. There is no point in taking beautiful photos which are not connected with expression. We should first stay with the place, feel like we are a part of it and then click the picture. This changes the way we click and see pictures and the pictures begin to say something more than just screaming “I exist. Please don’t forget me!” (the message that pictures on social media tend to give).”