The VIDEOGAME is a new audiovisual interactive experience
for creating crowdsourced videos during EU events and conferences.
Because when you let people co-create with simple accessible digital tools, what you get is the most beautiful human nature.
The “School of the Future” helps young citizens tackles the challenges
and take advantage of the opportunities that have risen with the EU Digital Single Market.
Because (tech)education is the only chance left to democracy in the time of Snapchat.
I spent my last two summer holidays on the mountains between Italy, Austria, and Slovenia
to break the boundaries between smartphone videomaking and storytelling.
Because it is from the ashes of this adventure that the SMART revolution was born.
A project of social inclusion via smartphone
in the suburbs of Brussels
with the support of MEP A. Mlinar (2017 Visit Brussels Awards - best public
Because media literacy enables young citizens to play an active role in a digital society.
I thought it was love. So I started flying high.
I wanted to get as close to the sun as possible.
I crashed my first - unfortunately not the last - drone and it still hurts.
Because drone technologies - ranging from aerial shooting, to drone races and DIY design - matter.
A cross-media campaign about pop culture, politics, and power
in the capital of Europe, where cats - not people - have the power.
Basically, I turned my PhD thesis into visuals.
Because internet folks only care about cats, so give them a cat if you want their attention.
After studying philosophy, travelling the world, and tasting all the beauty that
humans have to offer,
Genoa cricket&football club still remains the sweetest thing.
Because people are complex, but they are rarely complicated beings: football is universal language.
I started a Phd, because I still had so much to read to understand. However, I was sure
that videos were the best possible output of my sociological observations.
Because socio-political analysis is not only understanding, but also letting people understand.
I used to believe in engaged open academics. So I created and managed a Joomla platform
to allow PhD candidates and scholars share their work online.
Because people will never get out of their bubble, unless you show them something better from outside.
It was during my MA in International Relations in Bologne that web and digital
really started appealing me. Open source, copyleft, Creative Commons: what's that??
Because, when you are a student, (digital) change does not scare you, it triggers you.
Two weeks after the end of high school, I was 19 in my hometown
and suddenly found myself working as photo-reporter
amidst violence, blood, and tear gas.
Because adult life started when a guy like me was shot dead 200 metres away from where I was.