New York, Stati Uniti
Pietro Milici, 36 years old, is an Italian photographer based in New York, where he works as a freelance photographer and videographer with
different American and European entities.
His work is mainly based on architecture and portraits: “I love how architecture can be a portrait of the society and the world we live in, and how a portrait of a person is the structure of the life each one of us live every day.”
He starts working as a photographer in 2007. In 2012 he graduates in Marine Biology in Italy and in 2013 he receives his Master's degree in Photography and Design at Elisava Design School in Barcelona.
After various collective and individual exhibitions in the city of Barcelona, he collaborates with
Jordi Bernadó, a Spanish artist that works in the field of architecture. Subsequently, he starts working as freelance continuing to exhibit his personal projects through Europe.
“I care deeply about photography, it is how I express myself and my point of view to the outside world. I am inherently interested in this discipline as a way of conceiving the city, the architecture, the people, their emotions and their stories. I search for the unexpected, the untold, the overlooked and reveal any hidden facets that the subject - be it a person or a city street - might withhold.”
- Still life
- Video capture