Giuseppe Moccia was born in Naples in 1978.
He grew up in Rome and completed his study in Milan with a degree in International Economics.
Giuseppe started as a freelance photographer collaborating with international press agencies like Associated Press and EPA among the others.
In 2007 he started a personal project on social inclusion for people affected by down syndrome which received international recognitions such as the “PhotoEspana-Ojodepez Human Value Award” and the “Flashforward” for emerging photographers from the Magenta Foundation (Canada).
“I love too much”, which followed up the photo-essay “The wednesday kid”, is his first attempt with cinematography.
Giuseppe is currently working on a long-term project on the changes of the anthropic landscape in Italy.