Bio :

Guido Gazzilli was born in 1983 in Rome where he currently lives and works.

He graduated from IED of Rome in 2006.

He has extensively traveled throughout Europe to photograph new urban cultures and the independent music scene, during this time he has concentrated on documentary style stories focusing mainly on social issues, and has exhibited and published his work in a number of international magazines and websites such as: Ventiquattro Magazine, Rolling Stone, BURN, Foto8, Vice, Nero, PRIVATE, Fantom, Pig, Uomo Vogue, among others.

He has worked as an assistant for Paolo Pellegrin (Magnum Photos).

He has also taken part in many group and solo exhibitions:

Portfolio Italia, Centro Italiano Fotografia Autore, Bibbiena 2011

Human Kind, New York Photofestival 2010

Galleria 2palle, Nike Sportswear “GsPolo”, Rome 2010

Outdoor, Palladium Rome, 2010

3.32 Reportage Atri Festival , 2009

Luce Dentro, Love and Dissent, Rome 2009

RAM_09 Palladium, Rome 2009

Una Foto Per, Officine Fotografiche Rome 2009

Galleria S.T, Land Is Unchanged Rome 2008

This Is All I Came To Do, Jaguar Shoes, London 2008

Ruhende Winkel, Frankfurt Am Main 2008

Books:

2011: A Book of Beds, Foam magazine

2011: Reporters Without Borders Yearbook

2010: Cosmogonia Collection, Nero Magazine

2009: Reportage Atri Festival catalogue, Peliti Associati

Grants and Awards:

Canon Young Photograher Award /Camera della Moda 2011

First Prize “Fotoleggendo 2010”

Foto Visura Grant 2010- Honorable Mention

Portfolio Italia – Gran Premio EPSON- 5th Classified

Finalist at “Celebrate Originality Award” by Adidas.

Clients: ENI, Adidas, Nike Italy, Redbull, Enel – Enel Cuore Onlus.

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