Giuseppe Di Giulio (Taranto - Italy, 1977) lived until he was 18 years old in Lucania (Basilicata) in a small village near Matera.
He studied and worked as an engineer in Rome from 1996 to 2018, dealing with roads, bridges and galleries in Italy. Since 2019 he lives and works in Turin.
He started taking pictures in 2001 during university to create a magazine for a student association.
His first camera was an analogue Nikon F80, borrowed from his uncle , by which he learned photographic technique from self-taught . After graduation, with an analogue Nikon F75 he made his first personal works and got passionate about black and white photography.
In 2009 he held his first show in a club in Rome and the photo "la carezza del vento" was selected among the finalist works of the Metro Photo Challenge Italy.
He keeps on taking pictures focusing his study on the realization of black and white projects, with an approach based on abstraction and evocation that leads images away from the real world, in the space of thoughts, emotions and memories.