I was born in Budapest, raised in Rome, Paris and Madrid.
I graduated in painting and printmaking at the Rome Academy of Fine Arts and was an Erasmus student at the Loughborough College of Arts & Design, in the UK.
I started my career as an art director in the advertising industry, before switching to photography in 2001. Since then, I have been pursuing long-term photography projects, usually gravitating around economy, politics and social issues, adopting for each subject a wide variety of languages.
I have 7 published books to the date, and I have exhibited my work, presented my books and given lectures in numerous international venues and photo festivals such as Les rencontres d’Arles (F), Festival Internazionale (I), FOMU (NL), Donggang Photo Festival (KR), Encontros da Imagem de Braga (P), Lianzhou Photo Festival (CN), Noorderlicht (NL), Literaturhaus Berlin (DE), Fondation Cartier Bresson (F).
I am also an active educator. I give lectures and workshops in institutions such as the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of The Hague (KABK), Escuela de Periodismo de El País, Universitat de València, Camera school of Torino, EFTI (Madrid) among others.
For over a decade I have been a regular contributor for El País Semanal and have had my works published in magazins such as National Geographic España, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Internazionale and other international media.​​​​​​​