In 2003 I started working on a personal project about immigration in Italy, in collaboration with two friends and colleagues: Aldo Sodoma and Matteo Danesin. With the support of Culture Departments of the two cities of  Verona and Padova, we worked for almost three years with the aim to show the real life of a Nigerian and Ghanaian Pentecostal community. These are some examples of my part of the work; every single picture has been taken in a church, where I carried all that was necessary for a mobile studio.

The show, Portraits in Black, was accompanied by a catalogue showing our images and three essays about photography, pentecostalism, immigration.