CARLO FURGERI GILBERT Is a photographer and director. Born in London, from English mother, Italian father, Newzealand grandmother. Raised in Ravenna, he now lives in Milan. As a portrait photographer he is a regular contributor to important magazines such as RollingStone, WallStreetJournal, GQ, Vanity Fair, IoDonna, Amica, Icon, L’Optimum Art, Red Bulletin. Among advertising campaigns for international renowned brands (Adidas, Enel, Lavazza, Technogym, Deutche Bank, Telecom, Puma) he shot corporates for clients such as Pirelli, Zegna, Yoox. With Pirelli he worked on a long time project documenting the working class world across their European factories. This project resulted in an exhibition at the Triennale di Milano. In 2018 together with Marcello Pastonesi he directed the documentary 'L'altro spazio' produced by Someone and RaiCinema. Shot for La Biennale di Archiettura in Venice the film was a special screening at the Trento Film Festival.
MARZIO MIRABELLA is a filmmaker with over 15 years of experience. After graduating in Natural Sciences, he worked in Italy and abroad on documentary films. Today he works as a director of photography in feature films, music videos and branded content for various agencies and production companies. He has been in charge of photography for clients such as MSC, Di Saronno, Costa Crociere, Borsalino, Condè Nast. His work has been awarded several times in Italy and abroad.
NICCOLÒ RASTRELLI He is a documentary photographer and portraitist born in Florence in 1977. During university he approaches photography after winning a camera with the points from a supermarket competition. In Florence he studied photography and in 2004 he moved to Milan. He collaborates with national and international publications such as Sportweek, Io Donna, Marie-Claire, Le Monde. In 2012 his work "Andate in pace" (published by Postcart) is honoured with an honourable mention by the Museum of Humanity and selected as a finalist at the Sony World Photography Awards and the "Fabbri" Award for contemporary art. In 2016 the "Cortona On The Move" International Festival of Photography commissions him portraits of 50 Italian scavengers. The project became an exhibition and later a book: "Eroi".