Vincenzo Parisi is an Italian photographer based in Bologna.
He had a troubled adolescence and left school at the age of 15 to work in the most disparate roles, like pizza-guy, clerk, dustman, mailman.
In the meantime, he follows photography courses in Bologna at Foto Image.
He attended for six months the Reportage Masterclass taught by the World Press-Winning photographers Fulvio Bugani and Giulio Di Sturco, the photo editor Annalisa D’Angelo and the communication expert Daniela Damonte.
In 2017 some of his photos are exposed to the “Corte di Felsina” gallery in Bologna.
In 2018 he completed the project “L.” a still life work about the figure of his grandmother.
Also in 2018, he follows the France World Cup victory in Arles, the result is the work “Sacre Bleu”.
In 2019 some of his photographs are included in the book “Alla Ricerca Della Bellezza” of the art historian Anna Rita De Lucca.
In 2019 with a team of professionals, he traveled 6,500 km along Europe’s coasts to create a photography book and a documentary talking about the environment and the water pollution.
In 2019 he travelled in Northern Ireland to follow the annual protestant Twelfth Parade in Belfast. This time he decided to create a video about the event. He also explore and created videos of the cattolic district of Falls Road, always in Belfast, and Bogside in Derry/Londonderry.