Photographer, Videomaker and Colorist for fashion and Cinema
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I was born in Arzignano, a little town near Vicenza, the 26th of July, 1989. I've started studying piano at the age of six, with Elena Rossi, and at the age of fourteen I started studying contemporary and classical singing and theater too, being part of the Vicenza Musical Academy until 2008. Photography has always been one of my gratest interests, while in the meantime, from 2004 to 2009 I've studied and graduated at the Martini Artistic High School. I've graduated with the maximum marks (110 cum laude) at the New Technologies Department of the Venice Academy of Fine Arts, and since late 2009 he had four art exhibitions, in Florence and Ferrara. I took part at the Venice BYOB at the Internt Pavillon of the 2011 Venice Biennale with my installation (video sculputre) Autoritratto #01, which is collected inside the Venice Academy of Fine Arts for further exhibits. I was part of the crew production of the documentary of the Academy Pavillon of the 2011 Venice Biennale, as part of the On location camera movements workshop, promoted by the Venice Academy of Fine Arts, under Gabriele Coassin's direction. In early 2012 I performed with my voice in AMOK, by the director Natalia Antonioli, during the art festival Art Night, in Venice; I was also art director for the costruction of the new Excellence Club 's website. In late 2012 Pietro won a prize for taking one of the best pictures and visuals for the new 2012-2013 calendar from Henry Glass. I am producing a serie of movie and games review for one of the best fan_based websites on media entertainment topics. In 2013 I've produced the visual campaign and the release of the Official Videoclip of ViPride (Regional Gay Pride), which I entirely shot and produced. It was a great honor to be chosen to promote a such important event. In mid 2013 I was chosen to be part of the Academy of Fine Arts booth at "PHOTISSIMA" Art Fair, with a selection of pictures from the "Happy" series. One of this picture is actually part of the permanent collection.