Gabri is a talented and versatile photographer who has worked with several brands in Europe. No matter the subject, whether it is a product or a person, his photographs depict a world that is bold, exciting, and vibrant. In his photographs, he strives to transport viewers through the use of color and tonal compositions. His work is the culmination of a creative process in which he tries to bring the creative brief to life and make the subject part of a story. Among his favorite photography genres are portraits, street, landscape, travel, and event photography.
The reason I love photography is that I love telling and sharing stories. A well-known cliche quote says, "A picture is worth a thousand words", well I do believe that to be true. As a photographer, I have the opportunity to capture special moments in people's lives and tell their stories in an honest, artistic, and unique way. I love my job because of the exciting moments. Photography is the perfect way to preserve one’s important milestones and I consider myself lucky to be present at those moments. I love the process of photography. There’s much more to a photo session than the shoot itself. It brings me joy to edit, use my creativity, and select the best images.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
Besides shooting people, my experience as a photographer includes shooting watches, pens, bags, surfboards, and food. Whenever I shoot for a brand, I always come up with a vision board so as to set expectations for the client and illustrate how the shoot will take place. However, I prefer to show my previous work when shooting events, weddings, portraits, and other personal assignments. During the shoot, I always do my best to make the clients laugh and have a good time. Playing music, or simply talking and telling jokes is a great way to loosen up and take fantastic pictures.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Won the Giorgio Marrone Award in Milan for the best landscape photo in 2019. Awarded first prize in the Groningen University annual photography competition in 2020.
A fun fact about this photographer
As a true Italian, I actually do eat pasta every single day.