For a number of years I had the idea of going around Venezia photographing its churches. Because of the nature of my main project in the city, however, I hardly had any time to devote to and truly develop this thought into something worth quantifying. In January 2017, I was awarded with the Emily Harvey Foundation Residency and was able to live in Venezia continuously for about a month. The nature of the November endeavor required specific weather in order for the images to have a sense of coherence and continuity. During the first weeks of my stay under the Foundation's grant, the climate conditions were not conducive to generating anything new for my main project. I took advantage of this "adversity" to start that other idea that had been churning inside my head. I did some research and selected 100 churches and set out to photograph them. I encountered many pleasures and far more challenges than what I had anticipated: the topography of the city, foundations that aren't perfectly square, narrow alleyways with no space for even the widest lens to record a complete façade...  Attaining straight lines was sometimes virtually impossible, so I've left the crooked remain crooked, I've let the leaning towers be. This is, after all, a documentary of sorts. What you see here is only a fraction of a much larger work that will be compiled, at some point soon, in a book.