It’s been a while since I’ve shared a photo shoot on my blog, let me make it up for you! Gae Aulenti area is one of my favourites in Milan, it has a lot of contemporary architecture, but also some green zones.
I love how the Sigma Art 35mm lens performed with Sony Alpha 7 🙂
Monte Napoleone street and it’s surroundings are the perfect locations for a photo shoot in Milan for those who love and are inspired by Italian fashion. Via Montenapoleone is Europe’s most expensive street (2018), it is usually crowded with fashionistas and tourists, but I know all of the hidden gems, so we can take beautiful photographs without being disturbed.
Here are some of the pictures I took of Ksenia, who visited Milan for a weekend:
Today I’ll share with you the latest photoshoot of mine. Fondazione Prada is a contemporary art centre in Milan, it’s architecture and atmosphere have been inspiring me for a long time now and I was happy to finally have the opportunity to shoot some photographs in there!
I’m sure at least once in your life you didn’t make it in time to buy concert tickets, sometimes they sell out SO fast!
By the time I discovered Jamiroquai was coming on tour to Milan, 5 months before the concert date, almost all the tickets were sold, only those twice the original price were left on reseller websites 🙁
However, me and Marco still managed to attend the concert and it was so amazing!!