Vincenzo was born in Greater Rome, Italy, in 1974. He has been employed as a photography teacher from 2003 to 2015 for the National Institute of Architecture and the Institute of Photography in Rome.
Vincenzo has been working as a full-time landscape and nature photographer since 2011.
His images have been published on national and international magazines such as: National Geographic Italia, BBC Wildlife, Iceland Magazine, Vanity Fair, Condè Nast Traveller, Asferico Nature Photography, Oasis, Touring Club Italia, Terre Sauvage.
Vincenzo lives in Iceland and is a great guide, very knowledgable about Iceland history, geography and geology. He has very experienced in mountaineering, a qualified glacier guide and a certified Wilderness First Responder. Vincenzo is a highly recommended photo-guide in Iceland Private Tours.
Vincenzo also leads a photo-workshop in his homecountrey Abruzzo Italy with Iceland En Route, photo travel agency.
“My personal story with Iceland started many years ago, in 2005.
At that time I had been dreaming about a trip to Iceland for a long time before coming here for the first time. As soon as I landed in Keflavik, I felt immediately in love with the pristine beauty of this Country. I was amazed so much that I quickly realised that I would have shortly come back again. After traveling a lot from Italy to Iceland, spending few months in Iceland every year, I finally decided to move here with my wife in 2015.
Now I definitely feel myself part of two countries, that I both love. I can’t see myself far from the stormy Atlantic Ocean, far from the black deserts and the blue glaciers of Iceland, as I can’t live without loosing myself trough the forests and the sharp peaks of the Italian mountains.
Even if I visited more than 15 Countries in the world, I have been spending all my photographic carrier between Italy and Iceland: I have been running all my photo tours, and all my personal photographic projects as well, only in those two Countries”
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