Marco Mussi, a young Italian photographer and director, attended the IED in Milan and graduated in Visual Arts, with a focus on photography. During his studies, the photographer developed his own style. ‘Precise, geometric, with an obsession for order’: this is how Mussi’s style might be described at first sight. The artistic expression, however, can also be linked to his personality. As other great photographers before him, Mussi manages to turn photography into a reflection of his own being, of his character, and of his approach to the outer world. The artist nurtures his own idea of reality, where anything superfluous is excluded, where disorder is dissected and relocated according to his own plan: in this new dimension, objects find their real place in the world. Against the background of a pastel-colour world, Mussi seems to communicate to the observers that every object has its own place, and nothing happens to be there by chance. By taking a step back, one can find the inner geometry of perfection. In 2015, Mussi’s work ‘Spoon’ was awarded the first prize in the Photography category at ExpoArteItaliana, organized by Vittorio Sgarbi. Thanks to his neat and polished style, Marco Mussi’s photography is very popular amongst design studios and interior design magazines.