(Palermo, 1964) He began his activity as a news photographer in 1989 with Il Giornale di Sicilia, and with Sintesi photo agency in Rome, publishing in major national and international newspapers. In 1992 he took the famous and award-winning photo of judges Falcone and Borsellino, which became an icon of the fight against the mafia. In the same year he began collaborating with the international press agency Reuters for which he made several photographic services of international interest, from the massacres of Capaci and via D'Amelio, to the eruptions of Etna. In 2003 he became staff-photographer until 2019. From 1995 to 2003 he taught photography at a high school in Palermo, making a series of video projects with the students, including a documentary on the Auschwitz concentration camp.