un·com·fort·a·ble (n-kmfr-t-bl, -kmft-)
1. Experiencing physical discomfort.
2. Ill at ease; uneasy.
Conducive to or feeling mental discomfort; “this kind of life can prove disruptive and uncomfortable”; “the uncomfortable truth”; “grew uncomfortable beneath his appraising eye”; “an uncomfortable way of surprising me just when I felt surest”; “the teacher’s presence at the conference made the child very uncomfortable”.
Providing or experiencing physical discomfort; “an uncomfortable chair”; “an uncomfortable day in the hot sun”.
Born in italy in 1976
more or less at dinner time.
Currenly based in Rome.
Above a self-portrait taken in the toilet of a cinema.