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Alex is a professional photographer in Rome, with a degree in Cinema at La Sapienza University of Rome. After he graduated he began his work in the field of professional photography, working with international companies including Vodafone and Sky, and his work being published in both Italian and international magazines.
June 2007, "That's Rome, The Capital of Treasures and Misery", Rome, 2nd place in national final MArteLive;
February 2009, "Transport", Rome, personal, Gallery Doozo;
June 2009, "Dreams" Rome, collective;
October 2011, "Storie Minime, Grandi Storie", Ivrea, collective IvreaPhotoFestival
February 2012, "Storie Minime, Grandi Storie", ISFCI, Rome;
-Corriere Della Sera;
-Il Sole 24 Ore;
-The Trip Magazine;
-Italy Vodafone Foundation Official Magazine;
- Der Spiegel;
Where are some of your favourite places to shoot in Rome?
The Colosseum, the Vatican, the Forum... where to start? Well, wherever you start you will end up with sore feet. There is a lot of walking in Rome, but fortunately there are a lot of espresso cafes and pastry shops to help you along the way! Rome's old town is very walkable, not only because of its compact size but also because of the beautiful sights that you inevitably stumble across along the way. Rome is an artist's dream with ancient ruins and grandiose palaces scattered across the picturesque city, but the art of Rome is how these monuments of old sit so comfortably alongside the coffee shops, designer labels and street markets of modern day Rome. Rome is one of those cities that actually has got something for everyone from renaissance paintings and a quiet walk in the park, to the hectic cosmopolitan lifestyle of the modern Roman.