Born in Taranto (South Italy) in 1994. He approached to photography in 2016 after an unexpected discovery of some dusted cameras from an old trunk of his father. From that moment, he decided to devote himself entirely to the study of the photographic image; in the same year he started a Bachelor degree in photography at European Institute of Design in Rome (IED Rome), graduating with honors in July 2019. This course gave him the opportunity to deepen his knowledge regarding the analysis and the production of the photographic image and the privilege of taking part at several masterclasses and workshops in Italy and Europe.
Currently student in advanced photography and publishing at ISIA in Urbino (Italy).

"Contemporary photographer who uses landscape, still life and portrait photography as artistic expression and visual language of a journey to self-discovery. The images Alessio makes, have a sort of common thread that tell about poetry, visions and the need to reveal intimacy through the frame of his soul.
His process is essentially about translation and synthesis, where the images meet light, and that light animates places, people, apparently banal objects. In this process, they have the power to convey experiences embedded in life, history, conventions and social roles. Alessio tries to give back, through the poetic of images, validity to all this. Those places and visions are no longer trivial, but reveal, in their expressive force, a value that takes shape both for the eyes and for the soul, inviting you to linger and immerse yourself in his imagination.
Everything starts from an internal conflict, from the need to satisfy a sense of emptiness and inadequacy; then the created images become a metaphysical imaginary in which every single element represents a pretext to embrace and be embraced, console and be consoled, and fill the void of the soul. His artistic research is a sort of visual urgency that restores validity to himself and to the world around him. Photography, thus, does not only consists in a reproduction of things, but represents an intent to portray the world built day by day, coming from inside, and representing Alessio’s stream of consciousness."

by Maria Teresa Salvati, My Spot of Beauty
C41 Magazine



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