Pulp is an autobiographical diary, an ongoing personal project I started in Bangkok during the Magnum Workshop with Antoine D’agata. This was a very special time for me, where I truly discovered the power of Photography:
“I had been to Bangkok only once before and it had felt different. I remembered the enormous shopping malls, the street food vendors and the sea of people flooding the streets, but that time I had stopped and looked only at the surface.
It was much different now, I had the feeling the city was like a juicy tropical fruit, and if I break it open I could taste the cold dripping flesh. Pretty quickly I realised that my camera was the magic wand that would allow me to live life beyond the limits I knew. “
Bio: Pietro is an Italian photographer. He spent most of his early 20s travelling between Europe and North America before settling in London to pursue a career in digital media. Since discovering his love for photography during an extensive solo trip through South America in 2016, Pietro uses the camera as a tool to push further beyond his limits, capturing the experiences and people he encounters throughout his journey. Currently working on an autobiographical long term project, Pietro is being mentored by Australian photographer Max Pam.