LIVING IS EASY WITH ONE EYE CLOSED
This is my blog, a place where I share with you the best photos of other photographers, galleries, projects, photowalks, tips, news and stories about my work and lot of other beautiful things. I see “Living Easy” as something different, something special for you. Like a safe place where breath photography, inspiration, a kind of magic. A place where you can partecipate with your comments, with your ideas and where you can submit your projects. Why this strange title? Well, I tried to merge a line from a Beatles song (living is easy with eyes closed, from “Strawberry Fields Forever”) and the moment when you take a picture, closing an eye to watch in the camera. So take your camera, close an eye and shoot!
Alessio Trerotoli (Roma, 16.10.1981)
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I am an italian photographer, born in Rome. Graduated in 2009 in Disciplines of Arts and Cinema, in the same year I started to travel in Europe and in America, taking pictures and making experiences. My first exhibition was in 2010, since then my pictures were shown in several italian galleries. In 2012 I published my first book, “Fuori dalla caverna”, with notes and pictures of my travels and at the end of the same year I began my most important project, “Urban Melodies”, where I depict, through superimpositions, an abstract vision of urban scenes from modern metropolis like Rome, New York, Paris, Berlin and many others. In 2013 I won Abstracta Festival with the picture “There is a light that never goes out” and the year after I won another prize in Urban International Photo Contest. In 2015 I realized other projects like “Roma Coast to Coast”, a 21km walking trip through my city, and I finished my first 365 Project on Instagram. In the meanwhile, lot of magazines and art websites talk about my “Urban Melodies”. Now I live and work in Rome, waiting for the next travel… Feel free to write me, just to say hi or to ask me something! I speak italiano, english, français and español.
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