Andrea Carrubba was born in Varese in 1984. After the University he studied at the John Kaverdash Accademy in Milan and he graduated in Professional Photography. He attended masters in Photojournalism and in Visual Communication held by Sandro Iovine and he also attended a photojournalism workshop with Sergio Ramazzotti (Parallelo Zero). In 2012 he started working as freelance photographer cooperating with national and international magazines, newspapers, universities and websites. In the same year he realized “there has been an earthquake” a reportage about the earthquake in Emilia Romagna, edited by Sandro Iovine. It was presented and exhibited in different parts of Italy- Milan, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Crema and Varese. In 2013 he exhibited at the WSP Photography in Rome and in 2014 for the University of Genova at Palazzo Reale. In 2014 he covered the Ukraine Crisis in Donbass publishing on some international newspapers. He is specialized in crisis and emergency areas and in particular he works in Southest Asia, East Europe and Europe. He is currently working in different projects focused on social and humanitarian issues in Italy and abroad.
Alberto Maretti was born in 1983 in Varese and in 2009 he started working as freelance photographer. He improved his skills by attending masters in visual communication and photojournalism with Sandro Iovine, and studied darkroom technique and digital photographic post-production at the John Kaverdash Academy in Milan. He also attended photojournalism worskhops with Francesco Zizola in 2011 and Jan Grarup in 2013. In 2012 he also participated to a workshop about photojournalism in risk areas. Since then, he has been co-operating with many NGOs, doing reportages focused on social and humanitarian issues, both in Italy and abroad. In 2012 he exhibited at the Festival Fotografia Etica in Lodi and at the WSP Photography in Rome, in 2013 at the Citerna Photography Festival and in 2014 for the University of Genova at Palazzo Reale. He works mainly abroad (Armenia, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Somalia, Cyprus, India, Egypt, Peru and Colombia) on both reportage stories and long-term projects.
Mauro Prandelli was born in 1979 in Brescia, Italy. In 2011 he started to work as free lance. He attended the course of Photojournalism held by Sandro Iovine in Milan and, in the meantime, he co-operated with different national and international magazines focusing on reportages on current and humanitarian issues. In 2012 he produced the reportage called “Evros river, the oriental gate of Europe. A wall against immigration.”, work edited by Sandro Iovine, which illustrates the situation of the migrants who try to enter in Europe through the Turkish borders. In 2013 he exhibited at the Ethic Photography Festival, Lodi, at the WSP Photography, Rome and at the CiternaPhotography Festival, Citerna and in 2014 for the University of Genova at Palazzo Reale. He is currently working on the realization of a long-term project on the migration through the Balkan route. He also worked abroad, mainly in Greece, Bosnia, Serbia, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt.