To all the people who allowed me to get HERE, even indirectly. In particular to my family and to Giò.
June 20th 1980, lives in Positano.
Approaches photography because of his partner, who is interested in visual and plastic arts. It was a game, but very pleasant and interesting. He
becomes passionate about the subject, falls in love with the idea of being able to express something, to express himself, to have the opportunity to leave a message.
The key moment was the encounter with one of the Norwegian masters of photography: Morten Krogvold and his life partner Tarand. The meeting took place in the restaurant where he worked. For two weeks Morten played the role of “Pablo Neruda” in the film with Massimo Troisi: “Il Postino”.
In these two weeks Morten took Vito by the hand and charmed him with his lessons on color and form, talking about Kandinsky, light and composition. At that moment Vito made the choice to leave the restaurant in order to take seminars, workshops, and dedicate himself to “writing with light”.
He created Arkimedia Lab along with Antonio Casola (Web Designer), an agency that deals with visual communication.
In January ‘09, he was published in the Italian “National Geographic”, then in “El Pais” going on to win the competition run by Nikon in 2010. He
participated actively in the Italian Photoshop group, and has participated in world guru Dan Margulis’ advanced color correction classes
. Pubblicazione sul National Geographic
. 3° Premio Concorso “Il volto dell’Anima” Sorrento
. 1° Premio Concorso “Mani D’artigiano” Sant’Agnello
. Pubblicazione su El Pais
. Esposizione nazionale a Cargo20 Verona per la fiera Nazionale
dei Galleristi di Arte Moderna
. Premio Nikon Photo Contest 2010
. Art exhibition: Linea Punto e… a capo Positano
. Art exhibition: st-ART Piano di Sorrento
. Pubblicazione su www.italialiving.com
. Art exhibition Schwantastisch Festival Thurnau
. Copertina di “Ballet 2000“
. Google Business View Photographer
. Vincitore del concorso “Appunti di Viaggio“, Torino
. Report on Tg News for the timelapse: “Suddenly Positano“
. Menzione sul libro ”Oasis Photo Contest”