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.
“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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