Among the photographic expressions that I prefer there is undoubtedly the reportage. By telling stories of people I have improved my empathic abilities that help me every day in my work. From the most disadvantaged social classes to tell stories of young or old artists, entrepreneurs, artisans, immigrants and wherever there is something to tell.
NAPOLI NORD, SCAMPIA ROM: “I BAMBINI DI VIA CUPA PERRILLO”
According to prefecture studies in naples live about 2,754 people of Rom ethnicity. In addition to the people who were born in Italy, most of them arrived in Italy in the 1980’s from the ex Yugoslavia and Romania after the country entered in the European Union. However, their number is underestimated becouse many people did not participate in the census. The Rom in Naples are about 0.22% of the inhabitants, a percentage in line with of the main Italian cities. The most numerous fields informal settlements are in the districts of Scampia, Gianturco and Barra, considered peripheral areas of the city.
The structures prepared by the municipality are in Secondigliano, where in 2000’s a “village of solidarity” was built that houses seven hundred people in ninety-two containers; in Soccavo, where since 2005’s more than a hundred people live in a former school, with an average of two families per classroom.