Well renowned at international level, Lorenzo Minoli developed his passion for photography during his studies in law and, after his graduation, he started working at the Istituto Geografico De Agostini as editor of journals and books. In the same years he polished his photography style making it more professional and more defined, to the point that he was noticed by major agencies and newspapers that published his shots. Atlante, Il Mondo, Grazia, and Il Libro dell’Anno feature texts and comments of the artist. Not only that: his photographs, which also include a selection of portraits, appear in the newspaper La Notte, and are distributed by various agencies, among which Grazia Neri, the leading Italian photo agency. Minoli, once established himself in the area, continued to study: these were the years of his most important works, which led him to travel between Chernobyl and Portugal. Over the years the artist developed a strong interest in film directing: after 15 years spent experimenting ducumentary techiniques, the artist moved to the United States, where he produced mini-series and movies. On this occasion Minoli was awarded the Primetime Emmys, as well as the Christopher Award and several ACE Award.