I wrote about this few days ago and finally here is how the story goes on:
Three days ago Tim Vantol updated his facebook status…
So during our stay in Italy we had the honor to work with the 2 great guys Claudio Stanga Stanghellini and Lorenzo Piano, who shot an awesome video of Bitter Morning Taste.
It will be launched on Friday, so get ready!
Today is saturday and yesterday Tim published the video of his beautiful ballad “Bitter Morning Taste” shot in Bologna in the middle of this last may. We received a lot of positive feedback in the first few hours of its runtime and now, 24 hours later, the video topped over 1600 views. I’m glad to have worked with an artist like Tim and this is a great add in the list of my works as Director of Photography.
Being a Google Trusted Photographer leads me to meet a lot of enterprenours in the Bologna area (and sometimes all over the region). Most of them are just interested in having a great Virtual Tour on their Google+ Pages and some good pictures to update their website and social media pages. But there’s a few […]
Drop the monster… Today we’ve been at the “monster”, an crumbling building that stands not too far from Bologna’s suburbs. This eco-monster was built 50 Years ago and it was planned to become a Jesuit monastery. It’s now abandoned and we set a shooting inside it. Here there are two shots: the first was taken […]
Here we are. We can introduce thi spring with a video release. And there’s no better context for a music video than a gig with two promising Indie bands? Well, the venue will be the Covo Club and Altre di B e What, Really? will be the main actors. What, Really? is a trio with a sound that […]
As many graphics and photographers know, advertising works with a three season advance. This means that for us Saint Valentino is on september and Christmas is on june… and for the transitive property ice creams are on february… brrrrr.
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