Padoa Guido, born in 1958, began taking an interest in photography at the age of just 6 years old, when he was in the first year of primary school, thanks to his uncle who taught him to use his Rolleiflex f/2.8 TLR (Twin Lens Reflex) model 1960.
He speaks fluent Italian, English and French.
Sara Munari was born in Milan in 1972.
She has studied photography at Isfav, Higher Institute of photography and visual arts, in Padua (www.isfav.it), where she graduated as a professional photographer.
In 2001 she has started La Stazione Fotografica, a studio gallery where she has organized photo exhibitions and courses.
She speaks Italian and English
Stefano Ruzzante nasce a Milano nel 1967.
A quattro anni osserva Raimondo Giovanetti dipingere nel suo studio in una vecchia corte di ringhiera dove abitavano i nonni. L’osservazione delle cose e gli studi di architettura lo porteranno ad acquisire una passione per la fotografia che si svilupperà nei primi anni ‘90 grazie a una vecchia Minolta analogica del padre, privilegiando bianco e nero, architetture e paesaggi urbani.
Giuseppe Pons Speaks Italian, English and French
It relaxes me, it makes me feel good and gives me great energy.
Taking pictures makes me happy, it allows me to observe the world around me in a different dimension and to propose my personal view without barriers or compromises.
Photography makes me free.
Walter Carrera was born in Bergamo in 1991.
Aged 14 he got his first reflex camera and since then he never separates. While studying at Politecnico di Milano and IED, he works as a photographer of reportage, still-life and architecture, not forgetting the world of film-making. He speaks Italian and an excellent English, a little Spanish and French.
Alessandro Della Savia was born and lives in Milan, with his wife and two children.
After the university he choosed to express his feelings and aesthetics through visual arts.
The reportage of events and portraits enrich him with the emotion that he captures with the camera.
Today he deals with wedding photography and exclusive events, and is enthusiastic about fine art print.
He speaks Italian and English.
Gabriele Bondioli speaks Italian, Spanish, English and just a little of German.
He studied photography at the IED in Milan, he is a professional photographer since 15 years dedicated to industrial and travel reportage with publications on “Traveller” Italian edition of Condè Nast, “In Viaggio”, “Golf e Turismo”,” Il mondo del Golf” and “Golf People Magazine”.
Laura Bianca speaks Italian, English and French
Still photographer specialized in theater plays, concerts and backstage.
The passion for every form of art guided Laura throughout her work, first studying architecture, then working in photography.
After practicing both in New York city for four years she moved back to Milan, where she now resides.