prime luci al mercato

PrizeHonorable Mention
CompanyFree lens
City/Countrypalazzolo acreide, Italy
Photo Date15 settembre 2016
Entry Description

le prime luci nel mercato di bac ha in vitenam

About Photographer

Photographer for passion and restless traveler, born in June in Sicily and I live here and have fun with photography. Over the years, I have cared for personal exhibitions and participated in collective exhibitions, I have cared for the realization of various editorial projects related to the presentation of exhibitions, books, events and multimedia projects. From freelance I collaborate and write to several industry agencies. My photos have been selected by Lens Culture and Nat Geo Italia and published (Ed. 2011 and People and Popoli 2011 and 2012 and 2013 and 2014 and 2015 and 2016) Finalist at the Siena Internetion Photo Awards 2017, and Reporter Day 2017, Lonely Planet's Winner "Travel Coverage" 2017, Two Honors at INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2016 Winner Photo Festival of Trapani 2016 Portfolio - 6th National Competition Salvatore Margagliotti, Finalist LuganoPhotoDays 2015, HORSE MASTER at OASI PHOTO 2014. Second place at the National Competition Nebrodi 2013, president jury M. Santoni. Absolute winner of the Art Drops Trophy, Frates 2014. My Reportage, "Mystery of the Babbalutes" is finalist on NatGeo Italia, published on my NatGeo Italia 2014 tour. After the Master in Communication and Web Marketing, with my fellow friend Salvo in 1998, "intuitively" we have "created" Visual Designer Mediabeta, a bargain for a small south center, but today we can say won. In recent years I have been trying to "understand what I do not know" about photography ... and I have devoted myself to my training through courses and wokshop with reference authors including Shobha, R.Strano, F.Bugani, D.Monteleone, Lina Pallotta, and also attending the Catania and Milan photographic environment. I continue to photograph, to tell things as they happen, as if I were not, but at the same time deeply inside the image, "journey" for the desire to know new cultures, to penetrate the most remote and inaccessible places, and to imagine myself in the situations I meet, to tell them through the photos. I have remained, for the sake of conviction, a freelance "photographer" who likes to "photograph" to tell, not to forget, not to stop "dreaming".