Invisible is what a careless eye misses and a living heart hears loudly.
Reflectance compels us to observe a significant and emblematic segment of daily reality that is staring at us, day by day.
The life of a homeless is inconceivable by the most of us: no bed, no food, no money, no clothes, no home to go to. What would you do?
Maybe they lost their jobs, or their family, or both. Each homeless, as well as any other person, has a story in itself that needs to be heeded and understood.
In Italy, my home country, there are more than 50.000 homeless, forgotten by all except a handful of passersby and above all voluntary workers and associations. Homelessness is not a lifestyle, It's a global issue that involves more then 100 million people worldwide.
The use of a telephoto lens allowed me to further emphasize the gap between the society we know and the one we ignore. Not surprisingly, coolness and detachment wanted to be the key points of this short reportage.